DRI International Releases 8th Annual Predictions Report
DRI International, the leading nonprofit in business continuity and resilience training, has published its Eighth Annual Predictions Report – resilience predictions for the profession by the profession. It is available as a free download in DRI’s online library.
Providing a roadmap of the issues resilience professionals may face in the coming year, the report was developed by the DRI Future Vision Committee (FVC), a group of international thought leaders in the field. It was based in part on nearly 500 survey responses from across all industries and sectors, the largest in the report’s history.
“Our profession is built on preparedness, and part of that is being able to see the shape of things to come,” said DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky. “This annual report gives us all a reliable idea of what to plan ahead for as we enter 2023.”
“The Predictions Report gives us a way to measure our expectations for each year, and be on the lookout for some less expected events,” said FVC Chair Lyndon Bird. “If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that there will always be surprises.”
This year’s predictions highlight:
Download the free report from the DRI Library, as well as the FVC’s Eighth Annual Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report.
Findings from the reports will be discussed at DRI2023, DRI’s annual conference for resilience and disaster recovery professionals, to be held in Austin, TX, Feb. 26 – Mar. 1.