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This is a recording of PMI UK Chapter hybrid event using Hopin held at the University of Westminster, London.

This recording includes a presentation by Dr. Serhiy Kovela and David Roberts, two of five book authors of Business Resilience: A Practical guide to sustained progress delivered at PACE. (one hour approx)

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A panel discussion with the five book authors; David Roberts, Islam Choudhury, Serhiy, Kovela, Sheila Roberts and Jawwad Tanvir facilitated by Dr. Nick Lambrou, University of Westminster. (one hour approx)

During the event the speaker and panellists explored business resilience as a strategic capability, enabling organisations to navigate the increasingly complex and unpredictable market environment. They explained their Business Resilience Framework, a new comprehensive guidance for conducting business transformations triggered by external market conditions or internal organisational needs.

The framework presents a holistic approach for efficiently selecting and delivering business adaptation and transformation projects and programmes, sustainably and at pace.

The presentation is based on the material from the book “Business Resilience: A Practical Guide to Sustained Progress Delivered at Pace” published by Kogan Page. The book is also available on Amazon. The authors took advantage of 150 years of collective experience working with the UK government, professional and accreditation bodies, consulting and training organisations, and clients in a variety of industries, including healthcare, telecommunications, automotive, software, and higher education to create a robust guidance for sustained organizational progress.

Key points:

Why does classic strategic planning fail in the VUCA world?
A new paradigm focused on Business Resilience
Business Resilience Framework and how it facilitates successful delivery of the right projects at the right pace
How can one use this approach in their own organisation?