The most important takeaway from their book is that, when it comes to how we confront and adjust to technological change using the resilient mindset, “there are no finish lines here and no silver bullets.” “Resilience must be continuously refreshed and committed to,” they correctly note because, “there’s no single recipe for every circumstance.” We must instead look to “redesign our institutions, embolden our communities, encourage innovation and experimentation, and support our people in ways that will help them be prepared to cope with surprises and disruptions, even as we work to fend them off.” (via Book Review: “Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back” by Zolli and Healy - Forbes)
Resilience by Andrew Zolli and Anne Marie Healy

The most important takeaway from their book is that, when it comes to how we confront and adjust to technological change using the resilient mindset, “there are no finish lines here and no silver bullets.” “Resilience must be continuously refreshed and committed to,” they correctly note because, “there’s no single recipe for every circumstance.” We must instead look to “redesign our institutions, embolden our communities, encourage innovation and experimentation, and support our people in ways that will help them be prepared to cope with surprises and disruptions, even as we work to fend them off.” (via Book Review: “Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back” by Zolli and Healy - Forbes)

Resilience by Andrew Zolli and Anne Marie Healy