Put aside the aside the risk register, stop focusing on operational processes, harness the relationships you have throughout the organisation – the steps to ensure ERM is focused on the future and supports decision-making, writes Carol Williams, enterprise risk management consultant and founder of ERM Insights
The fire all but destroyed the roof of the 850-year-old building and felled its spire, to the dismay of thousands of horrified onlookers who lined the streets of Paris. Risk managers in France and across Europe ask, could the disaster have been prevented by more effective risk management?
Risk management is a mental process, not a technical one of data gathering, evaluation and reporting. Those who do nothing will just be exploited by those who constantly change and improve. So, swap tradition for a four-tiered ‘radical’ risk management process, writes Horst Simon of Risk Culture Builder