How does Covid19 test your organisational resilience?
How Covid19 makes impacts on leadership,organisational genes & decision-making
in for-profit & non-profit organisations in Vietnam
Organisational resilience in Covid19 is the ability of the whole organisation to bounce back from Covid19 - affected status quo into the better shape pre - Covid or post - Covid.
Everyone talks about organisational resilience. However, what it really is & how to achieve it are still in question for many leaders, stakeholders, decision makers & decision takers.
Weatwork.co in collaboration with RespectVN, a local manpower & organisational development initiative, developed a framework of four organisational profiles during Covid19.
They are organisations in their (i) Fear Zones; (ii) Learning Zones; (iii) Resilient Zones; and (iv) Value-aligned Zones.
We found out that the four zones can be featured by at least four models that can be named & captured in creative comics for easy recognition & comparison.
This work is complete based on in-depth & multiple conversations with 200 respondents from 50 for-profit & non-profit organisations across Vietnam. On average 4 individuals holding different positions in an organisation participated from 2 to 5 times of engagement (concept clarity interview, key document review, perception gap review, statement verification) with us.
TABLE OF CONTENT
What is organisational resilience?
04 typical organisational zones in Covid19
"Hot above- cold below" organisations in their Fear zones
"Open or close" organisations in their Learning zones
"In-sync" organisations in their Resilient zones
"People-centric" organisations in their Value-aligned zones
04 key take-away messages for resilient leaders to make resilient organisations in Covid19
Aligning minds at work
Organisations in their Fear Zones are led by leaders in fear, driven by fears & fear-based decisions
Organisations in their Learning Zones are led by learning leaders with steep learning curves
Organisations in their Resilient Zones led by resilient leaders, doers & teams & their Goal consensus on Org Model Canvas