The rapid change in the consumption of technology is overtaking Moore's Law as the most talked about rule. Quite simply, over the last decade there have been a significant number of advances in consumer technology and what we have seen is the ever increasing trends in consumption patterns surrounding these new technologies. The chart detailed in the article by Derek Thompson highlights this ever increasing change in the adoption pattern of technology over time.
Way too many risk managers, risk experts, and risk professionals are glass half-empty people. Of course the role of risk management is to focus on the potential things that can go wrong, but that does not mean that the risk manager has to be negatively focused. In actual fact, it is that negative focus that has made risk managers the type of person that businesses wish to avoid rather than engage.
Defined as showing leadership in the field of risk management, risk leadership is paramount to the success of successful organisations. When we think about risk management in the context of leadership we are referring to the individual and team based position of stepping forward and determining the key risks and determining the best business response.
Within this magazine we explore a number of areas surrounding leadership in risk management ranging from thinking about risk management with a "heads up" approach, understanding your customer, peer leadership, social media risks and rewards and a special feature on the Top Risks of 2011.
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Theoretical scientists spend many hours considering the universe and everything in it, about it and around it. They ponder the very fabric of how things are made and also determine the theories around everything scientific in nature.
Does this have anything at all to do with risk management?
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The newest infographic from Riskographics provides a visual guide for "knowing your risks". Leveraging the AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines, this infographic provides a more effective way of communicating the risk management process. The document itself contains 9584 words where as this infographic is all about the pictures.