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Building resilient organisations: Proactive risk management in organisations and their supply chains
Resilient organisations proactively identify and manage anticipated risks, as well as build capacity to cope with adversity, whether anticipated or unanticipated. Resilience is the outcome of fully integrating a proactive, enterprise-wide, multidisciplinary and holistic risk management approach into the organisation’s business management processes. Resilience is an aspirational objective — there is no endpoint, nor is there a one-size-fits-all solution. Resilient organisations promote an inclusive culture of risk thinking throughout the organisation and its supply chain. By integrating a proactive approach to managing risk, organisations can become more agile, adaptable and responsive to changes in their operating environment.
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Marc Siegel is President and CEO of M Siegel Associates LLC and Director of Global Security and Resilience Projects, Homeland Security Graduate Program at San Diego State University. He is a Certified Lead Auditor, Trainer and Skills Assessor for risk, resilience and security management and works with multinational companies on supply chain risk management. Dr Siegel has chaired various technical committees and working groups developing standards for, inter alia, resilience, security, business continuity, risk assessment and supply chain management, and was Commissioner of the ASIS International Global Standards Initiative. He is co-author of ‘Organizational Resilience: Managing Risks of Disruptive Events — A Practitioner’s Guide’ (CRC Press, 2013).
CitationSiegel, Marc (2018, June 1). Building resilient organisations: Proactive risk management in organisations and their supply chains. In the Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, Volume 11, Issue 4.