Something of a divisive figure within the risk profession, one thing no-one can accuse Alex Sidorenko of is being apathetic about risk management
Conflict calls for a strategic re-evaluation of footprints, supply chains, relationships, company cultures, business functions and risk appetite, argues Claudine Fry
Forget the caricatures. Risk appetite can and does power the link between strategy and execution
Is it time to abandon risk management and seek to manage performance instead? Let’s consider Bond’s latest mission
The increasing focus on ESG is also having a significant impact on future power sector risk management strategies
Hans Læssøe, principal consultant at AKTUS and former risk manager of Lego tells StrategicRISK how the effect of an ever-increasing speed of change adds and alters the demands for risk management – both in terms of what to do, and how to do it.
In reply to editor Lauren Gow’s recent opinion piece, author, blogger and retired chief audit executive, Norman Marks, responds in a equally thought-provoking piece
StrategicRISK Asia Pacific editor, Lauren Gow argues there is rumbling of dissent about the actual usefulness of this document to management
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.
After more than five years in the making, thousands of comments received from representatives of 54 participating and observing countries the updated ISO 31000 standard is going through the final stages of feedback and will likely be published in early 2018. Alexei Sidorenko summarises the key changes and how they ...
An effective risk appetite statement matches risks to an organisation’s actual strategic and business objectives, writes the general manager of risk and compliance at BAI Communications Andrew Potter