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Effective Partnerships Presentation

ThinkGRC CommunityBusiness Resilience Indicator – Effective Partnerships (BRIT Part 19/22)

Resilient Organizations IndicatorsBased on prior organizational resilience research, three overarching categories emerged:

  • Leadership & Culture
  • Change Ready
  • Networks

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 – Effective Partnerships

This business resilience indicator measures the degree in which there is an understanding of the relationships and resources the organization might need to access from other organizations during a crisis, and planning and management to ensure this access.

The questions which ThinkGRC asks businesses to quantify the Effective Partnerships 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

In a crisis, we have agreements with other organizations to access resources from them

We have planned for what support we could provide to the community in a crisis

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements for your organization?¬†Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, Strongly Disagree, Don’t Know

We build relationships with organizations we might have to work with in a crisis

We understand how we are connected to other organizations and actively manage those links

We understand how Government actions would affect our ability to respond in a crisis

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*For more information see: www.resorgs.org.nz
*For a definition of each of these indicators see: http://www.resorgs.org.nz/Content/what-is-resilience.html

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