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Risk Management MUST be Simple, Valuable and Personal – It’s time for
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It’s glaringly obvious. Risk Management is in the middle of a massive transformation. From the old, compliance focused view of risk, to the new, performance-driven risk management, organizations are beginning to see risk management as a critical part of their success, and a key function across the enterprise. Additionally, risk… Read More


Crossrail – the story of risk management at the £14.5 billion mega project

As the memory of the 2012 Olympics fades, the focus in the Engineering and Construction sector has moved to next mega capital project that will transform London, Crossrail. This £14.5 billion program which is driving 42 km of tunnels under the heart of the city will carry 200 million passengers… Read More


Hurricane Sandy – Two Supply Chain Risk Management questions to remember

As Hurricane Sandy was reaching the Eastern USA, many Enterprise Risk Managers had gathered at the RIMS ERM 2012 Conference in San Antonio, Texas – often arriving on the last flights out. There was much debate about the role of risk management and business continuity when facing such natural disasters…. Read More