Point of View | August 18 | BeecherHill

Leading a Resilient Business

In a recent article for MIT Sloan Management Review, Gregory Unruh discusses the concept of “business resilience,” referring to how a company creates value in the face of disaster.  Using case studies from across the globe, Mr. Unruh argues businesses and their leaders must expand past isolationist thinking in order to foster resilience.  Interdependence and community collaboration are at the heart of business resilience.

To view the full post, please visit MIT Sloan Management Review.

Image Credit: “Resilience” by Adam Levine (CC BY 2.0)

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