Learning how to shift – exploring resilience scenarios

Senior decision makers working on infrastructure projects freely admit that they can struggle to grasp the concepts associated with resilience.

Moller Centre hosting the first Resilience Shift round table in Cambridge

A team from Cambridge University’s Technical Services facilitated a roundtable event at Cambridge’s Moller Centre earlier this year for the Resilience Shift.

In this exploratory workshop, piloted with Arup Fellows, the Resilience Shift asked senior practitioners to explore different scenarios in groups. We found that when these senior leaders were encouraged to use anecdotes of real working experiences, they began to identify cases where a lack of resilience had hindered or improved a project.

These learnings have helped us to plan the next steps for how we work with senior decision makers in the field of critical infrastructure.

Find out more about the outcomes of this roundtable event.

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