Resilient Score: Designed to support organizational resilience using highly developed, operational performance metrics and available for any organization within the Resilient Index of over 2,200 global organizations.
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Resilient KPI: Each carefully selected and defined KPI provides a cross-functional view of a business or government enterprise to gauge performance against goals and market conditions.
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The Intelligence Organizations Need to Anticipate, Adapt, and Thrive.
Certain organizations respond better to disruptions than other, often similar, organizations.
The array of stakeholders who can benefit from this intelligence is truly staggering
Resilient Intelligence™ Benefits
Providing decision makers with an unparalleled and objective benchmark for organizational resilience.
AN ORGANIZATION’S CAPACITY TO ANTICIPATE DISRUPTIONS, ADAPT TO EVENTS, AND CREATE LASTING VALUE.
A completely independent benchmark for understanding, defining, measuring and quantifying organizational resilience.
Global public and private organizations covered
10 top level dimensions
600+ Key Performance Indicators
100,000 publicly available sources
TEN DIMENSIONS OF RESILIENT
THE CASE FOR RESILIENT INTELLIGENCE™
Competition, instability and uncertainty are constants in a changing world. Organizations face an unprecedented and growing number of potential disruptions to the status quo and the best laid strategic plans
One Cannot Improve What Is Not Measured. Being resilient requires viewing, understanding and deriving action from the complexity of every business and government.
Our systems continuously harvest and process relevant data from over 100,000 publicly available sources. Many of these sources exist on the “deep web,” which is vastly larger than the “surface web” indexed by traditional search engines. Our list includes many valuable sources of data in this largely uncharted area of the Internet that others are simply not aware of or able to access.
Attributes of Good Intelligence
Specific (it makes a concrete, factual assertion)
Reliable (you can trust it)
Timely (it is current)
Relevant (it answers questions that matter)
Actionable (you can do something about it)
Radio &Television Broadcasts
Data Aggregators (free and subscription)
Websites & Social Media
News Media & Blogs
Our trade craft has been learned and perfected over multiple decades across several fields:
National Security (government intelligence analysis)
Politics and Advocacy (campaign strategy and opposition research)
Business (competitive intelligence, market research, and consulting)
Independent and Objective
Our intelligence is derived exclusively from open source (i.e. publicly available) information.
No proprietary data is acquired in our search process or provided to us by the organizations we evaluate.
We are not paid by organizations to conduct the evaluation. This approach ensures objectivity and eliminates conflict of interest.
The Resilient Team
Resilient Corporation offers an end-to-end Enterprise Solution that helps forward thinking leaders understand and manage disruptions while finding new opportunities for efficiencies and growth. Launched in 2006, Resilient Corporation redefined the term resilience as “the capacity of best in class organizations to anticipate disruptions, adapt to events and create lasting value.” The company maintains the world’s largest repository of resilience data, and has commercialized a proprietary analytical platform to generate highly valuable Resilient Scores™ for corporations and government agencies. Using state-of-the-art big data systems and open source intelligence, the larger Resilient Index™ provides valuable insight and research on 18 global industries. As witnessed through the insurgence of Chief Resilience Officers™ (CRO), this level of actionable intelligence is effecting a much needed change in organizational performance criteria in terms of shareholder and stakeholder value.
President and Chief Operating Officer
Michael Krull brings diverse executive experience in the private, public (congressional and executive branch) and association/non-profit sectors, with emphasis in project development, strategic planning, risk planning and mitigation, government relations and public communications. He possesses a wealth of policy knowledge and familiarity with the top levels of government to include appointments by President George H.W. Bush as well as work for U.S. Senator Charles Grassley. While at the U.S. Agency for International Development, Michael provided support in the areas of disaster management, humanitarian crises and risk management to interagency civil-military-NGO humanitarian initiatives in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. He was the principal external planner for 57 Pandemic Flu exercises and conferences, an interagency effort led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services with the active participation of the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Agriculture, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Commerce. Michael holds undergraduate degrees in political science and philosophy as well as a Master’s degree in political science/international relations. In addition to his role with Resilient, Michael is an adjunct professor of politics and public policy at Georgetown University.
CEO and Chief Architect
As a results-oriented operating executive, Mark Gembicki relies upon a unique depth of insight and understanding gained as a leader in Global 500 management consulting and service to the U.S. Intelligence Community. His 32-year career began as a National Security Agency analyst and includes senior advisory positions at Apple, Deloitte, Ford, Motorola, Westinghouse Science & Technology, and the Executive Office of the President. His $400 million P&L track record reflects an ability to map a creative business vision, commercialize products, manage risk and consistently deliver on strategic objectives. Mark is a published author with over 1,000 media appearances, spokesperson engagements and academic lectures. His body of original research on organizational risk and resilience, big data analytics, cyberterrorism and business intelligence is distinguished by, among others, a U.S. National Security Council post as Director of the Manhattan Cyber Project, testimony at the U.S. Senate’s Security in Cyberspace Hearings, and the Top 20 Information Technology Visionary for the Next Decade award. Drawing on prior government experience in the Clinton and Bush administrations, Mark frequently serves as a political strategist and bipartisan surrogate on national security, technology and resilience topics.
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“If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles...”
Sun Tzu, The Art of War
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