The survey of 250 senior executives considers:
1. Why some organisations are not making themselves resilient to crises, despite the warnings.
2. How organisations can become more resilient to crises.
4. What can you do next?
Using helpful infographics, the report reveals that around three-quarters of respondents believe that there are warning signs for most crises but only around two-thirds say they act on them. The report concludes that crisis management should be seen as a strategic discipline, as something that is fundamental to the effective running and future of any organisation.