An organization can be more or less resilient. Organizations that are more resilient can anticipate and act on threats and opportunities that develop from sudden or gradual changes in their environment and respond quickly when they occur.
A resilient company will therefore deal constructively as an organization with change and the unexpected, with shocks and crises, demonstrating a high learning ability to find solutions and adapt to the situation. We accompany you and your company on this process towards a more resilient company.
What is the core issue:
In order for a company to remain capable of acting in the future and to emerge from crises stronger than before, resilience must be built up in organizations in a targeted manner. This is as much about the resilience of groups and the system as a whole as it is about the performance of individuals. This is why personal and corporate resilience overlap here.
By strengthening corporate resilience, companies achieve the following goals:
an improved ability to anticipate and manage risks
Increased coordination and integration of control measures to improve logical coherence and performance
A greater understanding by interested parties (stakeholders) of their interdependencies with which strategic purposes and objectives are related.
What is the benefit for you:
You lead more successfully in times of crisis and achieve a faster positive adjustment; as a result, you experience lower economic losses.
You will recognize potential opportunities more quickly and thus secure your market advantage.
By working intensively with key customers, you strengthen customer loyalty.
You act faster and more efficiently by making your company structure more flexible.
Through an appreciative and resilient corporate communication you use the strengths of your employees.
A resilient corporate culture increases the loyalty of your employees to your company.
The reputation and attractiveness of your company will increase.
The term corporate resilience describes the resistance of companies to the negative influences of change. Corporate resilience explains how a company deals with internal or external changes. It describes the resistance to the negative influences of these changes and not resistance to the change itself. This refers, for example, to changes in customer behavior, the competition, or crises such as Covid19 or disruption. Resilient companies then act quickly and flexibly. It is virtually part of their daily bread to recognize change, reorganize accordingly, and thereby maintain and further expand their market position. Shock or surprise moments can therefore have little impact on companies with a high level of resilience, because they are used to constantly adapting to new circumstances.
The more "resilient" a company is positioned - the more crisis-resistant it will be. This includes agile working methods, which are reflected in an agile and lateral corporate culture and an open and innovative mindset among employees. Or as we think: From the standardized, "imposed" method to the attitude of a needs-oriented, people- and company-adapted method".
Typical stress factors for companies can be:
In order for a company to remain capable of acting in the future and to emerge from crises stronger than before, resilience must be built up in organizations in a targeted manner. This is as much about the resilience of groups and the system as a whole as it is about the performance of individuals. Therefore, personal and corporate resilience overlap here. Different people and groups come together, each with their own unique needs and individual strengths. The task is to bundle and take into account all strengths and needs in such a way that the best possible result can be achieved for the company. It is therefore not about positions, but about meeting the needs of the organization and the people in the company.
Success factors for individual resilience:
Success factors for team resilience:
Success factors for business resilience:
Benefits for your company: