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John Vargo
John Vargo
University of Canterbury, Resilient organisations
Verified email at resorgs.org.nz
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Developing a tool to measure and compare organizations’ resilience
AV Lee, J Vargo, E Seville
Natural hazards review 14 (1), 29-41, 2013
9842013
Facilitated process for improving organizational resilience
S McManus, E Seville, J Vargo, D Brunsdon
Natural hazards review 9 (2), 81-90, 2008
8352008
Learning object evaluation: computer-mediated collaboration and inter-rater reliability
J Vargo, JC Nesbit, K Belfer, A Archambault
International Journal of Computers and Applications 25 (3), 198-205, 2003
4142003
Resilience management: a framework for assessing and improving the resilience of organisations
S McManus, E Seville, D Brunsdon, J Vargo
Resilient organisations research report, 2007
3952007
Crisis strategic planning for SMEs: finding the silver lining
J Vargo, E Seville
International Journal of production research 49 (18), 5619-5635, 2011
3672011
A convergent participation model for evaluation of learning objects
J Nesbit, K Belfer, J Vargo
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology/La revue canadienne de l …, 2002
2662002
Organisational resilience: Researching the reality of New Zealand organisations
E Seville, D Brunsdon, A Dantas, J Le Masurier, S Wilkinson, J Vargo
Journal of business continuity & emergency planning 2 (3), 258-266, 2008
2202008
Measuring and comparing organisational resilience in Auckland
A Stephenson, J Vargo, E Seville
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 25 (2), 27-32, 2010
1652010
Measuring the organizational resilience of critical infrastructure providers: A New Zealand case study
C Brown, E Seville, J Vargo
International journal of critical infrastructure protection 18, 37-49, 2017
1572017
Short-form version of the Benchmark Resilience Tool (BRT-53)
Z R. Whitman, H Kachali, D Roger, J Vargo, E Seville
Measuring Business Excellence 17 (3), 3-14, 2013
1182013
Preliminary observations of the impacts the 22 February Christchurch earthquake had on organisations and the economy: A report from the field (22 February–22 March 2011)
JR Stevenson, H Kachali, Z Whitman, E Seville, J Vargo, T Wilson
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 44 (2), 65-76, 2011
1122011
Factors influencing impacts on and recovery trends of organisations: evidence from the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes
C Brown, J Stevenson, S Giovinazzi, E Seville, J Vargo
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 14, 56-72, 2015
1072015
Safe Diagram-A Design And Reliability Tool For Turbine Blading.
MP Singh, JJ Vargo, DM Schiffer, JD Dello
Proceedings of the 17th turbomachinery symposium, 1988
1071988
A primer in resiliency: Seven principles for managing the unexpected
E Seville, D Van Opstal, J Vargo
Global Business and Organizational Excellence 34 (3), 6-18, 2015
962015
Building organisational resilience: A summary of key research findings
E Seville, D Brunsdon, A Dantas, J Le Masurier, S Wilkinson, J Vargo
University of Canterbury. Civil Engineering., 2006
882006
Benchmark Resilience: A study of the resilience of organisations in the Auckland Region
A Stephenson, E Seville, J Vargo, D Roger
Resilient Organisations, 2010
852010
Organizational networks and recovery following the Canterbury earthquakes
JR Stevenson, Y Chang-Richards, D Conradson, S Wilkinson, J Vargo, ...
Earthquake Spectra 30 (1), 555-575, 2014
782014
Organisational resilience to natural disasters: New Zealand’s experience
A Chang-Richards, J Vargo, E Seville
China Policy Review 10, 117-119, 2013
732013
Organisational resilience and recovery for Canterbury organisations after the 4 September 2010 earthquake
H Kachali, JR Stevenson, Z Whitman, E Seville, J Vargo, T Wilson
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 1 (1), 11-19, 2012
712012
Lessons from disaster: Creating a business continuity plan that really works
T Hatton, E Grimshaw, J Vargo, E Seville
Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning 10 (1), 84-92, 2016
572016
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