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How culture drives flexibility. Great article from Jonathan Golding, the former product manager at Airbnb with some specific lessons in scaling. It shows how culture drives decision making in a scaling business and how a flexible response based on this culture can create advantage at every stage. Culture and flexibility are two capabilities of every resilient organisation, especially high growth start-ups.
Lessons Learned Scaling Airbnb 100X – Jonathan Golden – Medium https://pjj52.app.goo.gl/E5IKzNdjyFGH5D0d2
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Resilience starts with our environment. The emerging pollination deficit from natural pollinators such as bees is a threat to many sectors and supply chains including agriculture, food manufacturing and retail and includes three quarters of the food we eat. Major companies were interviewed by Cambridge University including Mars, Asda, The Body Shop, PepsiCo, and Jordans & Ryvita to assess their understanding, risk measurement and potential mitigation measures. Supply chains at risk as wild pollinators decline, finds new Cambridge report — Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership https://goo.gl/RAaXTA
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Diversity builds resilience, in markets as well as other aspects of an organisation. The Institute of Directors (IoD) Going Global - Trends in Trade has some interesting insights and debunk's a few soundbites in the daily news cycle. Diversifying while avoiding complexity is key, the data shows exporters overwhelmingly grasp this with EU, B2B and services exports being the predominant approaches.
https://goo.gl/N4fDA8
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Adapatability in nature points the way to resilience in organisations. Why does one sub-species respond effectively to disruption from climate change and another doesn't? How organisations are arranged and directed also changes the way they respond to disruption and their overall resilience.
Unique structure of king penguin colonies makes them resilient • Earth.com https://goo.gl/NQsWyc
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Past performance is no guarantee of future returns? A short blog from Bernard Marr on lagging and leading indicators. How do you measure your unknowns? Resilience can be built and its attributes measured.
What Is A Leading And A Lagging Indicator? And Why You Need To Understand The Difference https://goo.gl/2YhbcQ
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Resilience is both inward and outward looking. BSI Annual Global Supply Chain Risk Review provides a high-level overview of the top security, corporate social responsibility, business continuity, and food safety and fraud risks and trends from 2017 as well as an outlook on emerging supply chain risks in 2018. Download the report
https://goo.gl/hyBKTP
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Preparing for the unknown known. How a global pandemic could affect your business? We know pandemics happen, its just when and how it will impact. You can build resilience by making preparations which benefit your organisation at other times as well by introducing simple measures.
Can Your Business Withstand A Pandemic? How To Prepare Your Organization For A Global Threat https://goo.gl/LWJMJF
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More than just numbers? Are audits set to look at more than just the balance sheet and report on wider governance issues such as risk and resilience? The Financial Reporting Council is looking to address issues leading to recent high profile failures.
Accounting watchdog eyes ‘front-to-back’ audit of annual reports https://goo.gl/gg8T6R
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What will Easter taste like with no chocolate? With only 2 countries supplying the cacao we need for our fix of easter eggs (Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana) threatened by climate change our fragile food chains face many disruptions. Building resilience by having a plan B makes business sense as well as meaning future generations still get to enjoy this festive treat. Chocolate is on track to go extinct in 40 years https://goo.gl/NBEhwA
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Why limit your innovation pipeline to those who shout loudest? How to create an innovation culture to build resilience which includes everyone, especially introverts? Some great ideas from IDEO which could also be used for teams where some members don't feel free to contribute using traditional methods like brainstorming.
5 Brainstorming Exercises for Introverts https://goo.gl/ba9YFr
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