The goal is to ensure resilience by creating an operational environment that won’t be disrupted by whatever the next crisis might be.
Posts Tagged: resiliency
We all need some inspiration to be resilient these days. Though each of these posts originates from different times and different circumstances, there are lessons in each we hope will inspire you to stay resilient during this time.
As I look back on the storied life of Kobe Bryant, I’m inspired more by an author of his own script than a player of the global stage.
It is critically important to focus on building or maintaining high resilience during uncertain times. Here are some tips on how you can enhance your resilience during challenging periods.
Results from going to the cloud are apparent, but the long-term benefits will continue to show up in the communities that are being serviced, such as Puerto Rico.
Because so many resiliency issues deal with location-based data, GIS is an essential tool for communities to use to understand and articulate where these challenges are, where they’re likely to be in coming years, as well as how and where these unforeseen issues can be either mitigated or rectified.
Young Government Leaders (YGL) and GovLoop partnered today to talk about how to stay resilient during the shutdown. Miguel Aviles, Chair of the YGL Advisory Panel, and Michelle Rosa, the YGL National Leadership Team Officer, shared the impact of the shutdown on their lives as federal employees.
When storms come (literally or figuratively), remember that the pain will eventually go away or become more manageable. Remember that you have what it takes to weather that storm. Remember that you are not alone.
IT administrators might have once been able to think of a backup system as a spare tire – to be taken out and put to use whenever a primary system failed. But that’s no longer a practical approach, for a variety of reasons.
Resiliency: it’s a broad, fancy word which simply means your ability to bounce back after difficulties, disappointments, or tragedies. It’s a fundamental skill, yet it’s not something any of us are taught. We sometimes learn by example, seeing how our parents or other family members react to situations, but most of us learn to navigate… Read more »