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Saturday, March 26, 2016

The risk of doing nothing

Norman Marks recently published a blog on "Why do people take risks" [LINK] which has inspired this commentary.

In this quick but explicit blog response, we explore eight iterative considerations that should be transgressed for effective decision making in the realm of risk management.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Risk Management Puzzles

Representing Operational Risk or Enterprise Risk Management for that matter as pieces of a puzzle has always been appealing and that appeal never seems to wear thin. It certainly used to be a bit of a fascination for me but the real magic of a risk framework design doesn't come from identifying the pieces of the puzzle specifically but from interconnecting these elements in a seamless manner.

Putting the pieces of a risk framework puzzle together still seems to be a challenge for risk managers, even today.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Board Level Risk Reports Need To Change

One area where Enterprise Risk Management often fails is when it comes to reporting risks to the executive team of a company, its stakeholders or the board. In this posting, we are going to take a look at why risk managers go off the rails with this top level reporting requirement and how these flaws can be addressed.