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13
Feb
2014

Risk Treatments in Risk Management

Feb, 13, 2014

Transcription: In this session I'm going to talk about consequence. In particular, how do we analyse consequence so that we can incorporate it into our risk register so that it's meaningful. I've come across many organisations who believe that what we need to put into our risk register is the worst case scenario in terms of consequences. There are some

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11
Feb
2014

Risk Management – Using a risk breakdown structure

Feb, 11, 2014

In this session I want to talk about the risk breakdown structure and how we use it to assist us to identify risk within our organisation. If you are a large organisation, it would be a great challenge for you to walk into a risk workshop and say “right, what are our risks?” We need something to break that down

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06
Feb
2014

Linking Risk Management to Compliance

Feb, 06, 2014

In this session I want to talk about linking your risk management program to your compliance program. I know it’s an area that a lot of organisations struggle with. First of all, let’s talk about your compliance program and what it involves and how you can actually make it more effective. The first thing we need to understand as an

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05
Feb
2014

The Risk Transfer Myth

Feb, 05, 2014

Over the last few years I have worked with many organisations with varying degrees of outsourced/contracted services.  I support this approach – if it isn’t core to the achievement of your objectives or if the expertise resides outside of your business then outsourcing is positive. The purpose of this blog, however, isn’t to discuss the merits or otherwise of outsourcing

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04
Feb
2014

The long term risks of short term fixes

Feb, 04, 2014

Welcome. Today I’m going to talk about the long-term risks of short-term fixes. And this is really quite an issue for a number of organisations both in the public and the private sector. What we find often when we have an event or we start to see some issues within the organisation, we look to either divert money from something

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03
Feb
2014

Why do I teach face-to-face risk management courses?

Feb, 03, 2014

I’m often asked why I do these face-to-face courses; it definitely is a big ask. I do 25-26 courses per year – week on, week off – and I go to every part of the country.This year, I may also be taking the course overseas. It does take a lot out of me. So, what gets me to each of

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30
Jan
2014

An introduction to Paladin Risk Management

Jan, 30, 2014

Rod Farrar, director of Paladin Risk Management Services discusses risk. What it is, how it can be managed, and why your business or organisation needs Risk Management training.

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29
Jan
2014

The importance of current controls in Risk Management

Jan, 29, 2014

Transcript: Today’s topic is talking about current controls. Now, these are like the red-headed step children of risk management. We tend to ignore the current controls that we have in place within an organisation to deal with risks that might occur. Over time within organisations, things have happened, events have happened. It might be fraud, it might be safety incidents.

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24
Jan
2014

The Risk Management Paradox

Jan, 24, 2014

If everything is going well, no one is lining up to pat the risk manager on the back, but when things go wrong, people are lining up to tell you. Rod explains how risk managers can make themselves relevant and ensure that what you are doing is adding value to the organisation. Transcript: Doctor Allan McLucas wrote in one of

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