Enterprise Resilience & How it can change your Corporate Image Forever

Resilient enterprises are transformative. technology-driven and they have the agility to keep their people and assets safe by providing business continuity and a strategy for success. There is an excellent value when keeping your customers in one place, and better: accessing the customers’ databases within a click away from your decision.

Companies that are now taking the approach of being resilient have one thing in mind “be prepared. Covid-19 has made all companies all over the world prepared in the sense of always having the worst-case scenario approach at the back of their mind. If the company is prepared for the worst, it can survive any given situation.

Enterprise resilience can be divided into three parts:

  1. Financial Resilience.
  2. Operational Resilience.
  3. Commercial Resilience.

Let’s dive deep into each one of them.

Financial Resilience:

Pressure is coming from all sides, as some customers withhold settlement and suppliers demand faster payment. Managers unfamiliar with financial distress are struggling to shift their financial frameworks. In response, businesses are taking their own steps to preserve and generate cash. Being resilient or “aware” of the surrounding circumstances can help businesses to identify and manage the threats presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operational Resilience:

COVID-19 is causing a significant distraction to organisations’ workforces. Illness, and the need to self-isolate and care for others, will result in large numbers of people being physically absent from work. Under severe operational stress, organisations will need to make important priority calls, deciding which products, services and processes should be kept operational. If the firm works agilely with the operational resilience approach it can minimise reputational damage and financial losses.

Commercial Resilience:

To navigate uncertainty, businesses need to prioritise creating human connections across an unexpected, unfamiliar landscape. Businesses in every sector of the economy are taking dramatic steps to respond to unprecedented changes in demand. With demand changing significantly, along with many product lines seeing dramatic falls while other ‘Secure’ and key services are experiencing rapid growth, many industries have chances to bloom while others may not. Additionally, new regulations and policies may disrupt market access, demand and distribution which generally might be a huge alert when segmenting the right market with the right products.

To sum up, enterprise resilience is important at times where change is happening; shifts in industry, financials, operations can highly affect an organization whether positively or negatively. Anything that is not under control slips away; and here we have a wider scope which is the ‘enterprise’. Taking care of the employees, listening to them, taking care of the market, the demand and how to handle its needs and shifts, and taking care of the financials leveraging or peaking, and noticing the timings as well, all fall under the umbrella of “enterprise resilience” and how changes should be contained and worked upon to reach the organisational goals.

Resilient enterprises are transformative. technology-driven and they have the agility to keep their people and assets safe by providing business continuity and a strategy for success. There is an excellent value when keeping your customers in one place, and better: accessing the customers’ databases within a click away from your decision.

Companies that are now taking the approach of being resilient have one thing in mind “be prepared. Covid-19 has made all companies all over the world prepared in the sense of always having the worst-case scenario approach at the back of their mind. If the company is prepared for the worst, it can survive any given situation.

Enterprise resilience can be divided into three parts:

  1. Financial Resilience.
  2. Operational Resilience.
  3. Commercial Resilience.

Let’s dive deep into each one of them.

Financial Resilience:

Pressure is coming from all sides, as some customers withhold settlement and suppliers demand faster payment. Managers unfamiliar with financial distress are struggling to shift their financial frameworks. In response, businesses are taking their own steps to preserve and generate cash. Being resilient or “aware” of the surrounding circumstances can help businesses to identify and manage the threats presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operational Resilience:

COVID-19 is causing significant distraction to organisations’ workforces. Illness, and the need to self-isolate and care for others, will result in large numbers of people being physically absent from work. Under severe operational stress, organisations will need to make important priority calls, deciding which products, services and processes should be kept operational. If the firm works agilely with the operational resilience approach it can minimise reputational damage and financial losses.

Commercial Resilience:

To navigate uncertainty, businesses need to prioritise creating human connections across an unexpected, unfamiliar landscape. Businesses in every sector of the economy are taking dramatic steps to respond to unprecedented changes in demand. With demand changing significantly, along with many product lines seeing dramatic falls while other ‘Secure’ and key services are experiencing rapid growth, many industries have chances to bloom while others may not. Additionally, new regulations and policies may disrupt market access, demand and distribution which generally might be a huge alert when segmenting the right market with the right products.

To sum up, enterprise resilience is important at times where change is happening; shifts in industry, financials, operations can highly affect an organization whether positively or negatively. Anything that is not under control slips away; and here we have a wider scope which is the ‘enterprise’. Taking care of the employees, listening to them, taking care of the market, the demand and how to handle its needs and shifts, and taking care of the financials leveraging or peaking, and noticing the timings as well, all fall under the umbrella of “enterprise resilience” and how changes should be contained and worked upon to reach the organisational goals

 

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