Change is inevitable. Successful enterprises align five capabilities to be both successful and resilient.
All organisations are looking to navigate the current waves of change, disruption and extreme events. We are creating a series of five papers exploring each of the five pillars that creates a resilient enterprise using the data from our 2021 analysis of over 5000 projects and subsequent ranking of the top 150 resilient organisations.
We’re looking at showing our clients how they can align the five key characteristics that enable organizations to thrive in volatile environments by examining in depth each key pillar.
Our research shows Resilient organisations are successful organisations and deliver in these key areas:
Our 2021 benchmark analysis was one of the most resource-intense at BearingPoint. We analysed thousands of client projects to determine that five characteristics, when aligned enabled success. We’re now exploring each area in depth to support our clients to become more resilient to disruptive change.
Matthias Loebich, Global Leader Markets and Networks
Navigating successfully through the turbulent waters of the current global macroeconomic, political and societal environment requires organisations and their leaders to consistently make good decision after good decision. Resilient organizations realize the importance of planning, structure, and delivery.
We believe people need to be allowed to embrace change and be flexible to meet the demands of customers, businesses/organisations. Therefore, organisational culture and ways of working need to be designed to enable resilience. Organisations that enable their people to respond to the unexpected will reap the benefits.
We are witnessing the start of a new industrial revolution, fuelled by data rather than coal. As successful data-driven companies use real-time analytics based on quality data to anticipate future risks, enable faster decisions and empower their people to respond quickly. Data is at their heart.