Posted by: APO | 4 October 2016

A Lack of Relevant Skills and Talent Slows Down the Implementation of Resilience Programmes

Over one third of respondents of Control Risks’ Business Resilience Survey 2016/2017 ( felt that their organisations lacked the relevant skills or talent to drive corporate resilience; this is an increase of 17% on 2015. This is in spite of the fact that 27% of respondents have actively recruited dedicated resources to support the resilience agenda, and 46% have invested in… Read more on


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