Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSOnce the strategic objectives have been broken down into more tactical, manageable pieces, risk managers need to use the strategy document, financial model, business plan or the budgeting model to determine key assumptions made by the management. Most assumptions are associated with some form of uncertainty… Continue reading PODCAST: Assess the effect of uncertainty on strategic objectives (part 2)
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSOnce the overall framework/standard is agreed upon and signed off by the key stakeholders (very important to get executives to physically sign off and take some responsibility for the agreement that ISO31000:2018 will become the baseline for the risk management within the organization), it is time… Continue reading PODCAST: Assess the effect of uncertainty on strategic objectives (part 1)
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSAs far as international risk management standards go, the best choice for any non-financial organisation is by far the ISO 31000:2018. At the time of writing the standard had been officially translated and adopted in 70+ countries, making it truly global. ISO 31000:2018 is an international… Continue reading PODCAST: Start by selecting the overall framework and documenting legal requirements 17.05.2018
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSNowadays, risk management is on everyone’s corporate agenda; let it be a private or public organisation. A special attention to risk management is paid by governments, stock exchanges, shareholders and regulators. However, this hasn’t always been the case. We began our risk management research back in… Continue reading PODCAST: Guide to effective risk management 12.05.2018
During my recent trip to Australia, I had an amazing opportunity to sit down with Grant Purdy to talk about where risk management started in Australia, the origins of the AS/NZS4360 and the ISO31000 and why modern day risk management, as perceived by majority risk managers in non-financial companies, is an embarrassment to the profession. Grant… Continue reading The most amazing risk management interview… ever…
Mark your calendars. Another great risk management live debate is coming up. This time I am meeting Chris Mandel to argue whether ERM a value-adding concept or yet another consulting bag of tricks? Is this a useful concept that adds value to the decision makers and the organization as a whole, or is it just… Continue reading Great debate – ERM good or bad?
There are not that many corporate risk managers out there, who I really enjoy listeting to, reading them and learning from. People, like Alex Dali, MBA, ARM (we spent countless hours working on an amazing risk maturity model and I learned a great deal), Norman Marks (we spent hours walking around freezing Moscow talking risk… Continue reading Interview with Hans Læssøe, ex CRO of LEGO
When Ben Cattaneo started the All Things Risk podcast, he very deliberately stayed away from discussing the risk management profession (which is also my day-to-day profession). This is because he wanted the show to make risk and uncertainty concepts available to everyone. He didn’t want to make a podcast by risk professionals, for risk professionals.… Continue reading allthingsrisk ep. 53: Alex Sidorenko – Making Great Decisions “With Risks in Mind”