#ChangingRisk – Gerenciamento de risco costumava ser uma ciência, depois virou uma arte e agora?

Últimas visões de Alex Sidorenko sobre como a “inovação”, falta de competências e os consultores estão matando o gerenciamento de riscos em organizações não-financeiras e o que vem por aí atualizado em 2019 especificamente para Strategicrisk https://www.strategic-risk-europe.com/risk-management-used-to-be-a-science-then-it-became-an-art-whats-next/1429754.article. Primeiro havia ciência… Algumas fontes sugerem que a teoria da probabilidade surgiu nas apostas e nos seguros marítimos. Em ambos… Continue reading #ChangingRisk – Gerenciamento de risco costumava ser uma ciência, depois virou uma arte e agora?

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WEBINAR: Integrating risk management into strategic planning using math

Finally, integrating risk into strategic planning – practical advice and how-to on integrating risk management into strategic planning. Join Alex Sidorenko and Graeme Keith to talk about: Isn’t strategy already risk based? How do we approach and influence the strategy department ? What tools and techniques work best to make strategy risk based?   FREE REGISTRATION… Continue reading WEBINAR: Integrating risk management into strategic planning using math

Finally! An alternative to risk matrices

Ok, the title is obviously a joke, because the alternatives (multiple) have been available to anyone willing to learn for over 50 years. But since you clicked, this article will probably change your life for the better. Thank you Damir Ramazanov, Group Project Risk Manager, ERG for helping with the article and providing quality review. … Continue reading Finally! An alternative to risk matrices

Risk management lessons from the greatest World Cup ever

Let me start by saying, the 2018 World Cup in Russia was without a doubt the greatest sporting event I have ever experienced. I was very fortunate to experience most of the action first hand and be a part of the amazing Australian Optus Sport TV crew. Here is a little trip down the memory… Continue reading Risk management lessons from the greatest World Cup ever

The Great Debate Part III: Can ERM Realize its Potential in the Real World?

In our first two webinars, our panel discussed the pros and cons of the updated COSO and ISO guidance on effective risk management. They left us with the idea that while both updates are improvements on their prior versions, neither is fully satisfying. In this, the third webinar in the Great Debate series, our panel… Continue reading The Great Debate Part III: Can ERM Realize its Potential in the Real World?

PODCAST: Assess the effect of uncertainty on strategic objectives (part 2)

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)

RECORDING: Why risk matrices are immoral… or are they?

Watch the recording of a live debate between J.D. Solomon and Alex Sidorenko on whether risk matrices/heat maps have a place in risk management or should they be avoided like plague. J.D.Solomon argued that risk matrices are the “gold standard” for risk analysis in most industries and all of those people cannot be wrong. Risk… Continue reading RECORDING: Why risk matrices are immoral… or are they?

RM1 vs RM2 – which side will you choose?

I feel risk management is on a verge of something interesting, something very exciting at the moment. For a long time, I naively thought that by doing good risk management all the key stakeholders would be satisfied, but the reality is, different stakeholders want completely different things. There is risk management 1 – risk management for… Continue reading RM1 vs RM2 – which side will you choose?