Build Resilience. Protect Value. Deliver Growth.

Business resilience is defined by the ability to withstand, bounce back, adapt and grow – despite downturns or disruption.
Preconceptions about what a resilient company or economy looks like have been shattered in recent years. Systemic disruption, social upheaval, a worsening climate emergency and growing government intervention have radically changed expectations from all stakeholder groups. Greater scrutiny of organisations is the hallmark of an increasingly unforgiving environment, for which the only true countermeasure is building and sustaining resilience.

PREPARED FOR WHAT COMES NEXT?

What it takes for a company to be resilient is constantly evolving.

Through real-time data analytics and expert analysis, we are able to identify patterns and develop a deep understanding of how the business landscape is changing - the macro trends impacting the economy, the micro issues driving change in business models.

FTI Consulting’s Resilience Agenda captures the experiences of business leaders facing major challenges – whether commercial, technological, reputational or legal. It provides actionable insights to help companies withstand internal and external shocks by anticipating, quickly adapting and continuing to thrive.

These learnings are encapsulated in seven resilience levers: key areas of focus that decision-makers must navigate in a fast-paced, disrupted environment.  

CULTIVATING RESILIENCE TO RISE AND THRIVE

The latest Resilience Barometer® data reveals that socio-economic fault lines exposed by COVID-19 are creating an unforgiving marketplace. Economic disruption, government support schemes, social change and climate crisis, are driving relentless scrutiny of companies from governments and the public, with little room to avoid disputes and investigations into business practices and behaviour.

Meanwhile, new fault lines emerge in the economy, forcing companies to embed resilience on more fronts than ever before. Accelerating digital transformation is driving a growing number of cybersecurity threats, societal shifts influencing class actions and mass consumer claims, and the Great Resignation is aggravating a shortage of talent and skills across the G20. 

IN NUMBERS

C-suite insights from 

3314

large G20 companies

Participating companies directly employ 

60.9 million

people

Representing a total

$42 trillion

global turnover

A LOOK BENEATH THE SURFACE

84%

OF G20 COMPANIES EXPECT REGULATORY OR GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS IN 2022

36%

OF G20 BUSINESS LEADERS ARE UNDER EXTREME PRESSURE TO IMPROVE ESG AND SUSTAINABILITY

88%

OF G20 COMPANIES ARE ACTIVELY ALIGNING THEIR BUSINESS STRATEGY TO SOCIAL PURPOSE