Transport mode resilience
Four routes to gaining the always-on advantage
Whichever mode of transport you work in – be it aviation, rail, road, or logistics – the aim is to keep things ever-moving. And in an uncertain world, that has also become the resilience challenge: to move from a sporadic, ad-hoc response to a switched-on, fluid capability that can respond to whatever the disruption of the moment is.
As we explored in our first research report on transport resilience, The always-on advantage, transport leaders recognise this changing imperative. Now, our new report dives into the research findings across each transport mode. In doing so, we find four different routes to achieving always-on resilience.
Navigating resilience by mode
While transport leaders excel at responding to small-scale operational issues, the last few years have brought a series of connected, transformative issues – from shifting passenger behaviour to economic uncertainty, and growing sustainability demands to global unrest.
Our research of 360 transport leaders across Europe found that:
How we can help
Our teams provide leaders and their organisations with confidence that their decisions and plans are strengthened; their teams aligned; and that they’re ready to deal with strategic risks, and readiness and resilience challenges, while seeking and seizing new opportunities. To uplift resilience across organisations, we:
- Develop a resilient mindset within your people and culture
- Build a resilience muscle across processes and operations
- Strengthen the resilience of your supply chain and wider ecosystem.
Our proven approach combines wargaming with analytics, systems thinking, scenario planning, contingency planning methods, and business and people psychology.