Choosing controls and subsequently optimizing the allocation of resources to risk controls requires identification and processing the many to many relationships involved between risk events, causes of the events, and objectives to which the events have consequences.Read More
Employers all around the globe are reacting to Covid-19, anxious to support their employees, customers, suppliers and communities. The media, consultancies and vendors are crowding our media feeds and inboxes with proffered solutions and advice, some of which promises to change the way we work forever.Read More
1. Clarify decision terminology to make sure everyone on your team is reading from the same “playbook.”Read More
Determining the best way to make decisions and set priorities has been a topic for debate since ancient times. Science and experience are finally converging to advise us on clear approaches to make better decisions.Read More
Perhaps you’d say risk is the chance or danger that something is going to happen to cause you to lose something or fail to achieve some goal?
WIkipedia defines Risk as the potential of gaining or losing something of value. But did you know there are two types of Risk—the risks you take and the risks you face? With the former you have...Read More
Being a good leader requires more than just knowing the right way to do things. It also requires knowing how to choose the right things to do. Decision-making is undoubtedly the most difficult and essential task a manager performs. Effective decision making makes it possible for organizations to succeed by aligning resources with objectives....Read More