The Risk of Using Risk Matrices

Must read for all risk managers. You may ignore the findings, but a must read nevertheless:  The risk matrix (RM) is a widely espoused approach to assess and analyze risks. RMs have been implemented throughout that industry and are extensively used in risk-management contexts. This is evidenced by numerous SPE papers documenting RMs as the… Continue reading The Risk of Using Risk Matrices

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Gamification in Risk management 2.0

I have recently came across a wonderful article on gamification https://www.tenfold.com/gamification/gamification-tenfold-digital-engagement-sales-motivation and has decided to build another risk management game for the next years G31000 risk management conference. We will first pilot it at the largest risk management conference in Russia and then bring it to the global G31000 event. Any ideas on the topic for… Continue reading Gamification in Risk management 2.0

ISO 31000 vs COSO ERM – The Great Debate

In this session, global experts will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of two leading risk management frameworks covering everything from what’s good, what’s bad, what could/should be improved, how to “cherry pick” the best from both, which one is most likely to be favored by regulators globally, and much more. You might even learn a… Continue reading ISO 31000 vs COSO ERM – The Great Debate

Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 4)

In the final of a four-part series, Alex Sidorenko, founder and CEO of Risk-Academy, explains how to integrate risk management into core processes. If there is one thing I learned in my previous role as Head of Risk at a multibillion-dollar sovereign investment fund, risk management is not about managing risks. It’s about helping management… Continue reading Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 4)

Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 3)

In the third of a four-part series, Alex Sidorenko, founder and CEO of Risk-Academy, explains how risk management is disconnected from decision making. If there is one thing I learned in my previous role as Head of Risk at a multibillion-dollar sovereign investment fund, risk management is not about managing risks. It’s about helping management… Continue reading Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 3)

Advanced risk management master-class in Dubai 24-26 November

Here are some of the topics I will be covering in the upcoming Advanced G31000 master-class in Dubai next week. Speak to Alex Dali https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexdali/ or send me a message if you are interested in participating. I will provide a lot of cases and practical examples on the following: integrating risk management into strategic planning using scenario… Continue reading Advanced risk management master-class in Dubai 24-26 November

Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 2)

In the second of a four-part series, Alex Sidorenko, founder and CEO of Risk-Academy, explains how the key to managing corporate risks is often through dealing with the individual risks of decision-makers first. If there is one thing I learned in my previous role as Head of Risk at a multibillion-dollar sovereign investment fund, risk… Continue reading Risk Management Could Be a Powerful Tool, But it Just isn’t (part 2)

3 fatal mistakes corporate risk managers still make (part 1)

A while back I wrote an article about 3 fatal mistakes risk consultants make https://riskacademy.wordpress.com/2017/01/14/3-fatal-mistakes-most-risk-consultants-make. It made quite an impact and was republished in Australia, Canada, Singapore and Europe with dozens of thousands of views. I feel it’s only fair to write a follow up article about the 3 more mistakes that risk managers themselves make.… Continue reading 3 fatal mistakes corporate risk managers still make (part 1)

FREE WEBINAR: 4 practical steps to move from standalone risk management to risk-based decision making

Risk management is changing with more than ever focus on integration and human culture and cognitive aspects. It sounds obvious, but is it really? Here is a quick test: Which typical risk management element/tool has the least amount of value? Risk management framework Quarterly risk assessment workshops Risk reports Risk registers Heat maps? In my… Continue reading FREE WEBINAR: 4 practical steps to move from standalone risk management to risk-based decision making