Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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?

Authentic Happiness is the Risk Manager’s Bible

 Authentic Happiness is the Risk Manager's Bible.  Even writing that statement seems strange.  Authentic happiness just doesn't seem to go with the world of...

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...

Tomorrow Never Knows – The Risk Magazine

  Tomorrow Never Knows - The Magazine is a new addition to the Innovation of Risk's collection of work on risk management. With an opening like this...

We need more glass half-full risk managers

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.

Avoiding tripping over the hurdles of risk

In life, it is extremely easy to forget what is important to you as a Risk Manager, may not be important to others. In addition, not only do we sometimes forget what is important, we confuse what is urgent with what is important. For those of you familiar with the "7 Habits" this will sound familiar.