Absolute triumph for the quantitative risk analysis – part 3/3

Read this till the end. This is one of the best stories of risk management application in real life by some of the best risk managers I have ever met.  I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to… Continue reading Absolute triumph for the quantitative risk analysis – part 3/3

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Skin in the game: can risk managers use their witchcraft to make money – part 2/3

I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to use ranges instead of single point planning… but then I thought… why bother… why not show how risk analysis helps make better risk based decisions instead? After all, this is… Continue reading Skin in the game: can risk managers use their witchcraft to make money – part 2/3

Skin in the game: if risk managers are so smart why are they not millionaires?

I started writing yet another article trying to convince risk managers to grow their quant competencies, to integrate risk analysis into decision-making processes and to use ranges instead of single point planning… but then I thought… why bother… why not show how risk analysis helps make better risk based decisions instead? After all, this is… Continue reading Skin in the game: if risk managers are so smart why are they not millionaires?

Guest blog – Werner Gleissner – Risk management basics

The article clarifies the most essential methods for risk management. This includes especially the methods for identification, quantification and simulation based risk aggregation (e.g. monte carlo simulation). It is pointed up that an appropriate quantification of all relevant risks and a risk aggregation by the monte carlo simulation are both crucial for an efficient risk… Continue reading Guest blog – Werner Gleissner – Risk management basics

#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?

Forget about risk management. Measure the likelihood of success instead. #ChangingRisk

My friend, Norman Marks, has been talking about rebranding risk management for years. Norman calls for risk professionals to focus on enabling success rather than avoiding failure. I think this is brillian advice. A way to communicate risk management insights to executives and the Board is to talk about the likelihood of success.  Well, the… Continue reading Forget about risk management. Measure the likelihood of success instead. #ChangingRisk

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

#ChangingRisk – Risk management used to be a science, then it became an art, what’s next?

Latest views from Alex Sidorenko on how “innovation”, lack of competencies and consultants are killing risk management in non-financial organisations and what’s next updated in 2019 specifically for Strategicisk https://www.strategic-risk-europe.com/risk-management-used-to-be-a-science-then-it-became-an-art-whats-next/1429754.article. First there was science… Some sources suggest probability theory started in gambling and maritime insurance. In both cases the science was primarily used to help people and companies make better… Continue reading #ChangingRisk – Risk management used to be a science, then it became an art, what’s next?