7 December 2023 | 19:00 | Restaurant Aan de Poel in Amstelveen
In response to rapid change, rising customer expectations, and recent turbulence, business resilience is a top priority for leaders. It means an organization's ability to adapt to shocks and threats, beyond just disasters. All organizations face potential challenges like COVID-19 or AI disruption. Business resilience requires leadership commitment, principles, and monitoring throughout the organization. Key questions include assessing resilience, taking proactive measures, and identifying impending impacts.
Due to the increasing pace of change, rising customer expectations, and the turbulent past years, the term business resilience has moved up to the top of priorities of business leaders.
Business resilience is the ability of an organization to absorb the effects of shocks and adapt to a changing environment. It isn’t limited to recovery from disasters like fires or cyberattacks. It encompasses dealing with any internal or external event that could impact or threaten the organizational ability to achieve its mission. No entity is immune to such events — COVID-19, climate change, AI — which may individually or collectively impact or even threaten an organization’s existence.
Business resilience is a mind-set, and must be addressed from the very top of the organizational leadership. It requires principles and mechanisms that are cascaded across the business operational model and monitored for effectiveness.
But it triggers a lot of questions, like how do you know your organization has it? What is needed to be business resilient? How can you go beyond reactive and become more pro-active? How do you know that you are about to be impacted…?
GM Cyber Defence & Risk Operations
Business Value Advisor
Founder CIONET Netherlands, Board member FME
This delectable dining experience will take place in a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere at two Michelin star restaurant Aan de Poel.
Address:2 Michelin star Restaurant Aan de PoelHandweg 11185 TS Amstelveen
Parking:Aan de Poel has 50 reserved spots and paid parking (free from 4:00 PM) and nearest parking garage: 'Gemeentehuis' at 200 meters"