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Why future system resilience must be built into recovery plans

Personal resilience has been in vogue for a while, and has been given an obvious boost by the pandemic. We are urged to learn techniques such as mindfulness, to get enough sleep, take exercise and eat healthily. Employers are encouraged to invest in their employees’ resilience, and managers to do the same for their teams. But is the value of investment in resilience for whole organisations equally well understood?

Read Jon Ainger’s article via The MJ

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