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Well hello and welcome to this session. One of the questions I’m asked the most on my training courses what is the difference between a strategic and operational risk. It’s a really good question and it’s one that isn’t well-defined and I see Boards and other larger organisations in their strategic risk register they’ve actually […]
In previous blogs we have talked about risk events, in this blog we discuss how to frame risk.
A lot of times organisations have fraud registers and fraud risk registers, but are they actually managing the risk? In this blog we explain how they should focus their efforts in identifying fraud-hot spots.
One of the things I’ve been teaching my courses is risk appetite and risk tolerance.
What do German cars, peanut butter and a heart and diabetes researcher have in common? A seemingly astonishing lack of corporate governance; a misguided sense of cost and benefit and a flagrant disregard for risk and risk management. A quick scan of the media recently reveals that: following a university study, Volkswagen got caught out […]
Risk escalation is something that is really misunderstood amongst the risk management fraternity, and certainly within organisations. In this blog we discuss the proper steps to when escalating a risk.
Identifying risk is one issue, but managing the likelihood of that risk is another. In this blog we discuss managing the likelihood of risk?
We tend to find there are a lot of operational risks being pushed off as strategic risk. In this blog we explain the difference between strategic and operational risk.
Consequence based risk identification is a methodology that I have recently developed.