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Top Blogs of 2014

Top Blogs of 2014

2014 has been a huge year for us here at Paladin Risk Management Services.

As the year winds down, it’s time to list our top 20 most read articles of 2014.

We’ve been diligent in giving our audience more information on how to better deal with risk in your business.

With over 10,000 users visiting our pages and over 50,000 page views from 140 different countries we will continue to build on that success.

Check our top 20 blogs of 2014 and let us know which one you enjoyed reading.

  1. Strategic v Operational Risk
  2. Stakeholders in Risk Management
  3. How to Describe a Risk
  4. High Risk Adventures – A Risk Management Approach
  5. Risk Management using a Risk Breakdown Structure
  6. Ownership in Risk Management
  7. The Uncertainty Created by the Risk Management Definition
  8. The Inherent Risk Fallacy
  9. The Importance of Risk Management in Project Management
  10. Fraud Hot-spots in Risk Management
  11. RMIA CEO Geoff Crittendon discusses Bright Future Risk Management
  12. The Risk Transfer Myth
  13. Responsibility, Accountability, Authority
  14. Risk Management – Post Event Analysis
  15. Identification of Causes for Events
  16. Effectiveness Current Control in Risk Management
  17. Accountability in Risk Management Organisation
  18. Building Risk Management Culture
  19. Learn from Mistakes of Other Organisations
  20. Naming a Risk

Let us know what was your favourite blog of the year? Which one helped you most?

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As always, let’s stay safe out there.

Written by Rod Farrar

Rod is an accomplished risk consultant with extensive experience in the delivery of professional consultancy services to government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Rod takes every opportunity available to ensure his risk management knowledge remains at the ‘cutting edge’ of the discipline. Rod’s Risk Management expertise is highly sought after as is the insight he provides in his risk management training and workshop facilitation. Rod was recognised by the Risk Management Institution of Australia as the 2016 Risk Consultant of the Year and one of the first five Certified Chief Risk Officers in Australasia.