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Chaos engineering is a methodology used in software development to test the resilience of a system to failures and unexpected events. It involves intentionally injecting failures into a system to see how it responds and identify weaknesses that can be addressed.

The concept of chaos engineering can also be applied to businesses in the form of “business resilience engineering.” This involves intentionally creating scenarios that simulate business disruptions and testing how the organization responds to them.

By doing so, businesses can identify weaknesses in their processes, systems, and culture, and take steps to address them before an actual crisis occurs.

Business resilience engineering can also help organisations to develop a culture of resilience and preparedness, where employees are trained to identify potential threats and respond effectively in a crisis.

This can help to minimise the impact of disruptions, reduce downtime, and ensure that the organisation is able to recover quickly and efficiently.

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Jane Ferrier