What is organizational resilience?
The term resilience is currently used primarily in connection with the mental health of individuals. Resilience is also known as the immune system of the soul because it enables us to deal with adversity and challenges without suffering harm. Organizations can also be resilient. For example, a resilient organization manages to adapt quickly to new conditions. When faced with challenges, employees work together in a solution-oriented manner. The company manages to evolve with the changes, involving its employees in the process, identifying dangers and risks at an early stage and succeeding in spite of any difficulties.
Together through the crisis
In recent years, many companies have adapted successfully to major developments – be it digitization, increased working from home, the Corona pandemic or even the generational change and new demands on employers in general. What distinguishes companies that have dealt with these crises and changes particularly well?