Few organizations could have ever been prepared, operationally or financially, for the scale and magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis. However the value of implementing a more comprehensive approach to risk management is becoming more apparent. 52 Risks Creator and Founder, Peter Deans, provided his thoughts on some of the early risk management lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic period in an article for Singularity University’s Hub.Read More
Month: May 2020
At the Governance Institute’s Virtual Governance and Risk Management Forum 2020, 52 Risks Creator & Founder, Peter Deans presented on business model risk. During the session, five key questions that can assist stakeholders critically assess excessive risk taking, cyclical business risk and other more serious structural flaws in the business model were discussed.Read More
As the initial shock of the COVID-19 pandemic recedes, organisations need to focus on long-term strategy for recovery and work through the business and financial impact, writes Peter Deans, founder of 52 Risks in an article for the AICD’s Company Director magazine.Read More
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