Resilience in Design
Resilience in Design is a collaborative forum or ‘think tank’ that brings together practitioners from a wide range of industries with the aim of sharing and discussing current issues, challenges and practical approaches in relation to achieving a truly resilient organisation. The aim of the group is to develop thinking around the topic in order to inform the development of tools and techniques.
We hold our discussions on a 'Chatham House' basis where we agree to keep the substance of our discussions private, enabling an open and candid conversation so that everyone can really understand how events unfold in the real world, how organisations are able to respond to major disruption and what lessons have been learned.
Participants include: Heathrow, Yorkshire Water, Bank of England, BBC, John Lewis, High Speed 1 and Orbit
How to design a resilient baggage system
High Speed 1
Making a railway resilient
Royal Household at Windsor Castle
The importance of 3rd party resilience
RiD: Resilience in Design IV
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
9:30AM - 5:30PM
Bank of England