Sunday, November 19, 2017

Risk profiling, a visual discussion

Risk profiling needs to move to a visual discussion. Risk profiling practices of today are generally text based and focused on developing risks around words...

Asking the Right Questions to Overcome Resistance

Socrates put the case for using questioning rather than rapid-fire talking neatly: "Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue...

Finding operational risk data and having it work for you

One of the most important roles of a risk professional is to be on the front foot with information. The expectations of the organisation, and most likely your CEO, is that as the Risk Executive you have an ear to the ground and an eye on the horizon.  So, how are we confronting the challenge?

Top resources for digital research

Performing digital research is critical for the innovative risk professional. When we consider the innovation of risk, we are continually looking at every possible avenue...

The new face of risk and how to combat it

Guest author Eric White, who leads the retail strategy practice at Wren, providers of physical security solutions used by some of the world’s most innovative and respected retailers, talks about how businesses of every kind face risks. But for many, risks are thought of as the catastrophic-type events that - as completely devastating as they would be - don’t necessarily represent the most pressing threats to the day-to-day business. The face of risk is changing. It’s not just about the traditional, obvious risk events like earthquakes, tornadoes, or active shooters. Increasingly risks are those things that can slowly eat away at your business and profitability.


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Where is the innovation in risk management?

Hello fellow Innovators of Risk! It has been quite a while since my last post. The Innovation of Risk has not disappeared but rather has gone...