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Resilience Management: A Framework for Assessing and Improving the Resilience of Organisations
(Resilient Organisations Research ReportUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2007)
The research described in this report looks at ten New Zealand organisations from a range of industry sectors, sizes, localities and types to discover common issues that foster or create barriers to increased resilience. ...
Nutrient trading in Lake Taupo: getting it right
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Management, 2008)
Creating Global Resilience: Pushing the boundaries from either ends of the world
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2008)
Analysis of the evolution of travel demand in urban areas: a neural-geo-temporal modelling approach
(University of Canterbury. Civil Engineering., 2003)
A considerable amount of research efforts have been dedicated to conceive forecasting models for predicting urban development and travel demand. Mainly originating from the application of economic theory, urban development ...
Resilience, Vulnerability, and Adaptive Capacity: Implications for System Performance
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2004)
As our infrastructure and organisations become ever more networked and interdependent there is a growing need to focus on managing overall system risk. In particular, there is a need to focus not only on the vulnerability ...
Is Project Management the Perfect Fit?
(Project Management Instutute of New Zealand (PMINZ)University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2006)
Evaluates project management (PM)for new product development (NPD) Covers PMBOK Implications for project managers
Simulation-optimization approach for trading point and non-point source nutrient permits
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Management, 2009)
Excess nutrients in surface water systems cause many environmental problems. Some governments restrict nutrient overloading through nutrient permits. Economic theory states that the best allocation of such permits is made ...
Hazard Loss Estimation and Transport Network Reliability
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2010)
The paper starts with an overview of four models developed for assessing and mitigating the impact of natural hazards. Two models are then described in more detail, with particular attention to how they address issues ...
Conceptual Dynamic Response Recovery Tool for Emergency Events
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering., 2007)
New Zealand’s State Highway Organisations (SHOs) need to work and make decisions in a coordinated and efficient manner to minimize disruptions during emergency events. The aim of this paper is to present a conceptual ...
Improving Organisational Resilience
(University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2005)