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Resiliency

Speed with which new orders respond to a change in prices.
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Resiliency

The ability of equipment to continue to function at the same level even after its components stop working. This can be an important concept for complex machinery.
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Writing this month in The MJ, the online management journal for local authority business, Diane credited young people for starting the 'Resilience Revolution' and bringing in GBP11m funding via the National Lottery Community Fund's HeadStart programme.
Booz Allen Hamilton outlines the following well-conceived "resilience equation" that protects organisations against potential shocks; focuses on being proactive; helps to explore options for dealing with surprises and changes; and defines resilience objectives and guiding principles.
See the full HBR article: "(https://hbr.org/2019/04/can-online-tools-help-employees-build-resilience) Can Online Tools Help Employees Build Resilience?"
In hailing Lebanon's resilience, the international community is essentially celebrating that Lebanese host communities and Syrian refugees have not killed each other.
Tadao Ando brought the Forum to a close with a keynote address that emphasized the positive nexus between the arts and resilience, and the impact all stakeholders can make in enhancing social resilience in their own unique way.
Further reading led him to three Australian nurse researchers who have identified four types of resilience: personal, professional and group resilience, and activities for managers and the organisation.
The second major construct of the present study is resilience which is considered as the individual's capability to sustain a normal state of balance when that person is exposed to exceptionally adverse situations (Bonanno, 2004).
Section I explores the challenges of transformational change, building community resilience with alternative frameworks, and resilience in time and space with lessons from ecology.
The main purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between personality and resilience by employing the HEXACO Personality Inventory and the Bidimensional Resilience Scale.
It brings an undeniable added value to existing techniques for the assessment of resilience and fragility," said Riadh Ben Messaoud, from the Bank's Resource Mobilisation department.
Recent natural disasters, from Hurricanes Sandy, Harvey and Maria to wildfires in California, factor into a growing focus on resilience in cities and buildings.