When a crisis hits your organisation, how will you find out about it as a board member? Through employees, customers, or maybe virally through social media?
Hopefully though, your organisation has a well-prepared and well-rehearsed crisis plan, in which case you will most likely learn about the facts of the crisis speedily and directly from the organisation’s authorised incident “commander” or spokesperson.
By Dennis Chesley More risk or more opportunity, what do you see in the near future? When we asked 1,322 CEOs this question as part of PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey this year, the response showed that business leaders are almost evenly split. 59% see greater risk this year...
by Sally Bernstein, Glen Goldbach and Kelvin Harris A tentative deal has been reached in the West Coast ports dispute. While full recovery is anticipated to take many months, container congestion can finally begin easing. Retailers, consumer packaged goods businesses and manufacturers across America can breathe a cautious sigh of...
There were events in 2014 that even the savviest forecasters couldn’t have predicted. If we can’t predict what’s coming, we should just aim to be both vigilant and resilient.
Adaptability, agility, reliability are some of the characteristics of a resilient organisation. Here’s how your treasury and finance teams can help you build them.
COSO has elected PwC to lead the process of reviewing and updating its Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
Social listening means learning how to listen, and what to listen for.
Southeast Asia is on an economic and demographic upswing, outpacing the rest of the world in growth. The upcoming ASEAN common market will only intensify the trend.
Are there lessons to be learned for businesses from the stunning Brazil-Germany 2014 World Cup semi-final match? Yes, and far more than you might imagine.
Big Data offers previously unthinkable opportunities for companies. It also brings serious risks when it comes to your customers’ privacy expectations. Which makes it a perfect case study for strategic resilience — and win-win solutions
Climate change is not just an Earth issue. It’s also a people issue, and an organisational one, says Jeff Senne, PwC’s corporate responsibility strategy leader.
Is growth always a good thing? This seemingly obvious question actually invites us to a deeper, more nuanced consideration of what, in a world of growing large-scale risks, constitutes true prosperity — and perhaps to refocus our strategies on more resilient outcomes. In this article, PwC UK directors Mark Ambler,...
Hyperconnectivity allows unprecedented speed and reach in disseminating information. But what about false information? How do you put out a digital wildfire?
PwC Global Forensics Services partner Steven Skalak reviews the results of our latest economic crime survey, and maps the resilience connection.
Sustainability and ERM have a lot in common, but they speak different languages. Bringing them together can unlock long-term risk resilience and opportunity for you.
by Mitzi Campbell You’ve just finished a gruelling competitive proposal process that took months to negotiate. Your business case to executive leadership, business units and functional stakeholders required significant selling. There were times where you didn’t even know which negotiation was more challenging — the one with the supplier or...
The haltingly slow liberalization of the Indian economy offers a useful window of opportunity for foreign retailers, who must take a cautious, step-by-step approach.
When a disruption next knocks your supply chain, will you be able to continue giving customers what they most value — whether that’s low cost, innovation, quality or outstanding customer service? It’s from this customer perspective that our latest featured article, "How the strongest supply chains protect what customers cherish...
What’s the connection between “good growth” and climate resilience? With a backdrop of Climate Week NYC, PwC global sustainability leader Malcolm Preston explains.
In a world of growing scepticism, trust has become a critical yet sometimes elusive business asset, as this World Economic FoundationForum/PwC joint interview reveals.