Public managers who want to make their organizations better able to withstand stress and recover faster after setbacks.
Resiliency is the ability of governments to withstand chronic stresses and acute shocks while maintaining essential services and recovering quickly and effectively. The Rockefeller Foundation is working with a small group of cities across the world to develop tools and techniques for cities to become more resilient, including in their budgeting and financial management offices. This webinar will describe the progress that has been made and what lessons practitioners have learned you can apply to your own government.
- To define financial resiliency in a compelling way for elected officials and other public managers
- Specific tools and techniques to improve resiliency