Mastering risk governance in an increasingly uncertain and fast-changing world
Failures in risk governance are visible on a daily basis through “breaking news” stories which demonstrate limitations in the effectiveness of typical approaches to risk management.
Generating business value from data
Safeguarding reputation and improving efficiency through data-driven risk models
With advances in technology, companies are now collecting far greater quantities of data about their business processes and assets than before.
Beyond carrots and sticks
Unlocking safety gains through understanding irrational behavior
Many organizations that have undertaken safety improvement initiatives have found that while easy wins are typically accomplished early on, further progress often becomes increasingly difficult.
Corporate leadership beyond the gates
Extending governance of safety risk to off-site transportation
The corporate leadership agenda has become busier over the last decade as the world’s largest firms come under increasing scrutiny from a broader range of stakeholders.
Escalating fines for safety offences
Since the introduction of new sentencing guidelines in February 2016, companies have seen much larger fines for health and safety violations
New sentencing guidelines are evidently changing the landscape for health and safety prosecutions. Executives should be aware of these changes and the potential implications on their business
Embracing complexity with value-based risk management
In the current environment uncertainties seem to be everywhere, making strategic planning more difficult than ever. Many companies use enterprise risk management (ERM) as a proven framework for managing risk.
Why risk management is failing
Embracing complexity and uncertainty with value-based risk management
A different approach - "value-based risk management" - can help organizations strengthen their decision-making capabilities and ultimately achieve better alignment with the strategic needs of the business.
Assurance of your growing business
Are your new operations really as ready as you think?
As corporations extend their footprint into new geographies or new types of operations they face many challenges, not least of which is the potential for unexpected losses that can damage operations, corporate reputation, brand and business performance.