Building upon existing knowledge about disaster resilience is the first step in developing state of the art resilience guidelines. This deliverable, covering several hundred articles and interviews with nearly two dozen practitioners, catalogues and analyses how academics and practitioners describe resilience. Readers will use this report as a research tool and a baseline for further research.
This deliverable outlines the approaches, concepts and practices for incorporation in resilience management guidelines. It can be used by practitioners in prioritising their efforts aimed at achieving resilience organisations and communities.
Drawing on an extensive literature survey, workshops as well as ongoing project discussion, this deliverable lays out the requirements and the baseline for the development DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG).
This deliverable outlines the development process of the DARWIN Resilience Management Guideline (DRMG) and layouts an initial set of generic resilience guidelines. These guidelines are adapted to the healthcare domain in D2.2 and air traffic management in D2.3, and revised in D2.4.
Crisis managers and critical infrastructure managers in the healthcare domain will use this deliverable to enhance their resilience capabilities and practices and support system response when facing expected and unexpected events. It is also a source of inspiration when adapting resilience guidelines to other domains.
The guidelines adapted to air traffic management (ATM) will help to enhance the resilience capabilities and practices of ATM and support system response when facing expected and unexpected events. It is also a source of inspiration when adapting resilience guidelines to other domains.
This deliverable presents the final version of the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG), as developed during the lifetime of the project. The guidelines are developed around the Capability Cards (CC), which represent sets of interventions proposed in order to develop and enhance specific resilience management capabilities captured in the conceptual requirements.
This deliverable offers proposed formats for access to the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG), and introduces the DARWIN Wiki as a platform for hosting and managing the DRMG.
This deliverable is an update of D3.1. It presents the final strategy for supporting the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG).
The DARWIN project aims to develop state of the art resilience guidelines and innovative training modules and tools for crisis management. This deliverable explains the chosen approach for a simulation environment and the DARWIN serious games.
The purpose of this deliverable is to describe the training material developed for the DARWIN project, including Wiki tutorials, academic courses and the DARWIN Training for Operational Resilience Capabilities (D-TORC).
This deliverable describes the strategy and plan to evaluate the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG). It outlines crisis management scenarios for evaluating the guidelines. The proposed evaluation strategy can also be used by other organisations interested in evaluating the implementation of their own resilience strategies.
This deliverable presents the results of an evaluation of a subset of the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG) by an expert focus group.
This deliverable explores the evaluation sessions, which discussed the Concept Cards and the design strategy for the pilot exercises. For each of the four pilot exercises, details are provided on: the key stakeholders involved; the evaluation activities and methodologies; the concept cards implemented; and examples of their application in operative environments.
This deliverable describes the evaluation, assessment and mapping of the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines and Concept Cards. Recommendations for future improvements and a maturity assessment were also included. This document shows the major steps taken towards achieving an operationally viable set of resilience concepts with practical applicability.
The DCoP allows for easy, open communication between various project partners and was set up with a view to be continued beyond the lifetime of the project. This deliverable sets out the initial description of the DCoP terms of reference.
This deliverable describes the process and results from the DCoP workshop held in April 2016 in Linköping, Sweden, which had participation from practitioners across disciplines and domains. The workshop aimed to facilitate the sharing of experiences as well as to provide feedback on DARWIN developments.
This deliverable describes the process and results of the second DCoP workshop, which was held in March 2017 in in Linköping, Sweden. In particular, it describes how the interactive workshop contributed to the creation of the Darwin Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG).
This deliverable describes the final terms of reference for the DARWIN Community of Practitioners (DCoP). It explains processes and methods for further collaboration. DCoP Members are important contributors to, and users of, resilience management guidelines and the community is a valuable resource to the DARWIN project.
This deliverable describes the process behind and the lessons learned from the interactive DARWIN Community of Practitioners workshops and webinars that have been hosted during month 30 to 39 of the DARWIN-project, November 2017-August 2018. The expert knowledge shared from the DARWIN Community of Practitioners leads to feedback and continuous improvement of the DARWIN Resilience Managements Guidelines.
The dissemination, exploitation and external collaboration strategy aims to ensure the longevity of the DARWIN project results, particularly the DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines (DRMG), through their uptake and use.
This deliverable outlines the approach to presenting the DARWIN project to external audiences. It provides readers with an overview of work in this context in year one, as well as plans for the future.
This deliverable describes DARWIN’s initial plan for business, and adoption and adaption of results by end-users in the domain of disaster resilience and critical infrastructure protection.
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This deliverable describes the work that has been done in presenting DARWIN and its results to key external audiences using selected dissemination and communication channels. These channels include the project website, social media platforms, and a variety of marketing materials, including videos.
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This plan describes what open research data the DARWIN project will generate and how it will be made accessible.
This deliverable provides an overview of main results and achievements. It can be used as introduction to different activities related to the development and implementation of resilience management guidelines.
This deliverable describes the open research data the DARWIN project has collected and generated and the procedures for handling such data and making it accessible. It is an updated version of Deliverable 7.3 (Initial data management plan).