Business Resilience Indicator – Decision Making Presentation (BRIT Part 17/22)
Based on prior organizational resilience research, three overarching categories emerged:
- Leadership & Culture
- Change Ready
On the following slides, each category is presented along with the underlying resilience indicators which make up that category.
* Resilient Organisations is a trans-disciplinary public good science research organization based at the University of Canterbury.
Adaptive Capacity Indicator – Decision Making
This business resilience indicator measures the degree in which staff have the appropriate authority to make decisions related to their work and authority is clearly delegated to enable a crisis response. Highly skilled staff are involved, or are able to make, decisions where their specific knowledge adds significant value, or where their involvement will aid implementation.
The questions which ThinkGRC asks businesses to quantify the Decision Making business resilience indicator are as follows:
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements for your organization? Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, Strongly Disagree, Don’t Know
Should problems occur, staff have direct access to someone with authority to make decisions
Our organization can make tough decisions quickly
In our organization, the most qualified people make decisions, regardless of seniority