Resilience Value Realization

Resilience Value Realization helps implementing stakeholders come to a shared understanding of resilience value of a specific initiative and develop a roadmap of the steps necessary to protect it.

Tool Overview

Resilience Value Realization (RVR) helps implementing stakeholders come to a shared understanding of resilience value of a specific initiative and develop a roadmap of the steps necessary to protect it.

The Resilience Value Realization methodology was developed by ValueLab through funding from The Rockefeller Foundation. RVR is a customized approach to project planning, pre-development, and development that was designed to identify, catalyze and protect the delivery of resilience value to public and private stakeholders in a project. The RVR approach comprises working with project teams and resilience champions to be very specific about how the opportunity can create resilience and to address, as an integral part of project development, any challenges impacting the delivery of resilience value.

The workshop is structured to start with understanding where things are today, then asks participants to develop an opportunity statement around where they want to be in the future, which leads to development of a roadmap for realizing that opportunity.

The RVR helps identify and understand activities that will bring benefits and anticipate challenges or issues that could arise. It also clarifies the role of the various stakeholders and their impacts on the benefit.

Through the RVR, participants come to a shared understanding of the resilience value and the steps necessary to protect it, leading to effective team and work organization among the full range of implementing departments and stakeholders.

ValueLab developed the RVR methodology through funding by The Rockefeller Foundation.

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Key Facts

Project Phase:  Project Definition, Detailed Design, Execution

Project Scale: Initiative

Format: 1.5 -2-day workshop

Key Participants: All project owners, participants with cross-sectoral expertise

Outputs: Includes a summary report and action-based roadmap. Outputs from the workshop can be used in an ongoing manner to ensure that the initiative is on track towards execution and delivering on the desired resilience impacts.

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