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Resilience is a strategic mindset

Resilience means being prepared — in the deepest sense.

Prepared not only for the risks that accompany change and crisis, but for the opportunities as well.

Even (or especially) when you cannot predict which events may occur, or where, or when.
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Containing digital wildfires

Hyperconnectivity empowers an unprecedented reach of information, ideas and creativity. It also allows lies, threats and hysteria to spread like wildfires.

So how can these storms be contained without dimming the fire of free speech?

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How fraud attacks your business processes… and your resilience

It’s crucial to understand the variety of business processes threatened by fraud, and the risks its many forms can pose.

In this post, PwC Forensics Services partner Steve Skalak connects the dots between our latest global economic crime survey and organisational resilience.

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How to make your supply chain more resilient

Companies’ supply chains have been rocked by several disruptions of late. And that trend is likely to continue.

In this Q&A, PwC’s Joseph Roussel discusses why supply chains have become increasingly vulnerable, and offers tips on how companies can manage this critical strategic asset for resilience.

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How can resilience prepare you for environmental and social change?

Risk management, strategy and sustainability all need to come together to “imagine the possible.”

Focusing on business resilience will help your people speak the same language — and embrace the possibility of attaining an upside, not simply avoiding a downside.

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Containing and adapting to digital wildfires
Hyperconnectivity has given unprecedented speed and reach to the dissemination of ideas, information, and opinions. This phenomenon continues to open new avenues for creativity and free speech on the one side, but also allows lies, threats and even violent hysteria to spread like wildfires on the other. How can these storms be contained without dimming the fire of free speech? PwC authors John Regas and Beth Cartier provide some solutions and suggestions.

How to make your supply chain more resilient: A conversation with PwC’s Joseph Roussel
Between natural disasters, the financial crisis, and macroeconomic vulnerabilities, companies’ supply chains have been rocked by several disruptions of late. And that trend is likely to continue, says PwC’s Joseph Roussel, co-author of Strategic Supply Chain Management—Second Edition. In this short, informative interview, Roussel discusses why supply chains have become increasingly vulnerable, and offers specific tips on how companies can design and manage this critical strategic asset for resilience.

How can resilience prepare companies for environmental and social change?
How to address today’s social and environmental risks within a traditional ERM approach? Focusing on business resilience can help you optimise both process and outcome.

How the strongest supply chains protect what customers cherish most
When a disruption hits your supply chain, will you be able to keep giving customers what they most value? Here are four keys to building your supply chain resilience.

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