The tricky question of where the risk function should sit within the business is a big challenge for senior management. This latest Knowledge piece, risk thought leader Chris Corless looks at different options for your business.
The ideas behind this would be that ‘risks are managed where they occur’. It’s a complicated question, but an uncomplicated answer – in short, no, according to risk thought leader Chris Corless.
The thought of a near miss is enough to send shivers down the spine of any risk manager. But as seasoned risk and internal audit leader Chris Corless explains these near misses provide important lessons for risk managers looking to not make the same mistake twice.
If you are in the process of designing a Strategic Risk Management (SRM) system or moving to the next stage, read on. Eamonn Cunningham, former chief risk officer at Scentre Group and Westfield, shares his experiences with StrategicRISK to assist you as risk managers in developing a system that will ...
When it comes to implementing a successful ERM program, sometimes learning what not to do is just as important as learning what to do. StrategicRISK spoke with one of Taiwan’s most experienced risk managers, Jeff Yeo, to get his tips and tricks on ERM.
Gareth Byatt, principal consultant at Risk Insight Consulting and APAC Ambassador for the IRM, gives us his perspective on how to benefit from the new ISO release.
Hans-Kristian Bryn, independent strategic risk management and governance adviser, provides a pragmatic solution to one of the most challenging risk management topics facing boards.