StrategyDriven Risk Management Forum

StrategyDriven Risk Management ArticleAll organizations face a host of risks incurred during the conduct of day-to-day business operations and stakeholder interactions. These risks challenge executives and managers in so far as they can have consequentially negative impacts on the organization’s ongoing sustainability from an operational, financial, reputational, and regulatory perspective.


Risk = Probability of an adverse event’s occurrence times the severity of the event’s impact should it occur


Organization leaders seek to manager their risks’ likelihood and/or impact; identifying, assessing, and prioritizing followed by monitoring, mitigating (accepting, avoiding, minimizing, or transferring), and controlling each risk. Effective risk management optimizes the cost of risk monitoring and mitigation with the expense incurred should the event occur.

Focus of the Risk Management Forum

Materials within the risk management forum focus on those principles, best practices, and warning flags associated with the effective monitoring, mitigation, and response to both identified and unidentified – Black Swan – risks.

For detailed insight on making and managing high-risk decisions, visit StrategyDriven‘s Decision-Making Forum.

StrategyDriven Point of View DocumentArticles
Principles

Best Practices

Warning Flags

Resources
Whitepapers

Books


StrategyDriven Risk Assurance Map Development AcceleratorCorporate Risk Analysis, Management, and Mitigation

We help reduce corporate risk exposure through an independent assessment of your enterprise risk programs. We can help you develop a risk profile, benchmark your risks against industry peers, identify risk management program gaps, and develop and implement a multi-year oversight program to manage your risks consistent with industry guidelines. Learn more about how we can support your implementation and upgrade efforts or contact us for a personal consultation.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply