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Organisational Resilience

Organisational Resilience and the 4 Levels of Maturity

When we talk about “organisational resilience” at RiskLogic, we’re implying the implementation and maintenance of crisis management, incident management, emergency management, and business continuity. As a minimum, we would label a well-versed resilient organisation as one that has at least those four disciplines in place, are practised and are recognised as a part of the […]

The moral and financial impacts of the invasion on Ukraine

Written by Commercial Marketing Manager, Ollie Law, and the RiskLogic Consulting Team. Recently, McDonalds announced it would be suspending all operations in Russia and closing over 650 of its restaurants. The continued pay out of 62,000 salaries alongside an immediate stop to sales will equate to a loss of 9% global revenue. Their exit was […]

International Woman's Day break the bias

International Women’s Day: RiskLogic #BreakTheBias

March 8th marks International Women’s Day (IWD), a day to celebrate and action diversity, inclusion and solidarity amongst workplaces, our families and cultures. This year’s theme focuses on Breaking The Bias. IWD put it best, “Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that is diverse, equitable, and […]

post pandemic trends

Uncovering crisis trends post pandemic

Written by General Manager, Risk Consulting, Malka Bakes. Supported by Commercial Marketing Manager, Ollie Law. Scenario based exercises are commonly built on events that are measured as high probability, high impact, such as cyber and natural disasters.  More recently, RiskLogic has been changing the theme to consider more difficult conversations, that of cultural and moral […]

Loss of key staff

Loss of key staff: Major disruption for Australian businesses

Created by Principal Consultant, Dr Rebecca Hoile and Commercial Marketing Manager, Ollie Law. The substantial rise in cases associated with the Omicron variant combined with changes to the Australian testing and isolation requirements, has created one of the largest “loss of critical staff” crises in recent history. Australia’s current COVID-19 cases have emerged and grown […]

Business Continuity Training

The Importance of Business Continuity Training & Certification

The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) recently interviewed top senior managers in business continuity to raise awareness for BCI Education Month. Our own Melbourne based Senior Manager, Gary Vogel was invited to provide his expertise and answers to their questions. Focusing on business continuity training and certification, Gary helps break down some common misconceptions while providing […]

9/11: The event that changed resilience

Collectively written by the RiskLogic team, curated, and edited by Commercial Marketing Manager, Ollie Law.   Nine-eleven are two of the most infamous numbers in history. They represent unimaginable disaster and loss and remain a pivotal moment in the journey to corporate resilience. The digital atmosphere shows evidence of taking a break from an onslaught […]

Business Continuity Personal Resilience

Focus is on corporate resilience for board members

Article by David Gumley, RiskLogic Head of Growth   As boards move beyond crisis management, specific risks and organisational issues are increasingly top of mind. In turn, Business continuity finds itself embedded into more organisational fabric – producing more focus on corporate resilience. While the argument can be made that it’s too little, too late, […]