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    Could gamification be the key to managing logistics risk?


    Gamification is the application of game-principles and game-design elements in anything that is not a game, and it’s a growing trend in logistics, argues KPMG national sector leader, transport logistics, Brendan Richards.

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    The hidden issue of risk calculations


    Risk information isn’t always communicated on the same “playing field”. Information given to the boss may favour one solution over the other – and is the reason why most strategies fail to deliver expected results. But there are other hidden elements at play, writes Adrian Clements, international enterprise risk manager ...

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    Data is the future of effective risk management


    Traditional approaches to risk fail to resonate with senior managers, they are too “subjective” and ”anecdotal”. And if they dismiss risk management, it is because they lack understanding. So, the answer? We need to embark on #ChangingRisk with the use of data, says Danny Wong, CEO of Goat Risk Solutions ...

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    Defining your reputation risk


    Reputational risk is not “one risk”, but rather a category of risks which may impact your reputation, so how should you define and manage it? Hans Læssøe, principal consultant at AKTUS and former risk manager at Lego Group has this advice

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    The myths that hold risk managers back from making a difference at the top table


    “I look after strategic risk and you look after operational risk”. When you place risk management into categories, you stop performing ERM and prevent yourself from helping the board make risk-intelligent decisions. Here’s Sarah Gordon’s (chief executive of Satarla) take on #ChangingRisk and influencing decision-making

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    Project bids: When knowledge is power


    Aggressively competitive bids for projects creates a risk of budget-busting delays. But 3D modelling tech could change this, offering high-level data at the outset

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    Printing grand designs


    Highly cost-effective, energy-efficient, fast – 3D printing could be the future of homebuilding. But is the technology too new for insurers?

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    Cyber protection? Still under construction


    Contractors and construction sites are becoming more digitised – leaving them exposed to cyber risks. But why would a hacker target a construction contractor?

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    Can construction truly go green?


    After a sustained push to improve the energy efficiency of homes and offices, the focus has now shifted to the construction companies that build them – and they are not performing well

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    Expert view: Why construction claims need brokers


    In construction, claims can be both highly complex and contentious. In such situations, brokers are worth their weight in gold, both to the insurer and the risk manager, says Jonathan Sargent, head of wholesale property casualty claims EMEA, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions