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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
9732013
Facilitated process for improving organizational resilience
S McManus, E Seville, J Vargo, D Brunsdon
Natural hazards review 9 (2), 81-90, 2008
8192008
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
4172003
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
3992007
Crisis strategic planning for SMEs: finding the silver lining
J Vargo, E Seville
International Journal of production research 49 (18), 5619-5635, 2011
3622011
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
2672002
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
1612010
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
1532017
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
1112011
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
1081988
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
1062015
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
952015
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
862006
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
742013
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
702012
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
562016
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