In addition to disaster and contingency planning, organizations should consider resiliency planning.
1. Resilient organizations actively attend to their environments.
2. Resilient organizations prepare themselves and their employees for disruptions.
3. Resilient organizations build in flexibility.
4. Resilient organizations strengthen and extend their communications networks – internally and externally.
5. Resilient organizations encourage innovation and experimentation.
6. Resilient organizations cultivate a culture with clearly shared purpose and values
A standard management practice is the management of risk through disaster and contingency planning, that is, preparing for the black swan, the rare event. However, if you take a wider perspective, problematic events that threaten the life of an organization come in many unpredictable varieties and happen more often than one might think. A complimentary and positive response is to develop organizational resiliency
Also, a shout out to the Gary Peterson blog for bring this to my attention