The 52 Risks® framework has a multitude of uses. It can be used to assist business owners, executives and risk managers gain a deeper understanding of the risks that any business may face. Here are 21 ideas than can re-energise the discussion and oversight of risk in any business:Read More
The extensive operational and financial disruption caused by COVID-19 and accompanying economic contraction resulted in a myriad of business responses to deal with the crisis. There have been many positive stories emerge from this period, from a risk management perspective. These learnings have made organizations stronger and more resilient.Read More
Peter Deans from 52 Risks joins a panel of directors and executives to discuss the lessons they’ve learned in managing risk and building resilience in a special roundtable for the Australian Institute of Company Director’s magazine, Company Director.Read More
A summary of recent articles and news from 52 Risks and Peter Deans focusing on fraud and cyber security risk including recent fraud incidents at Wells Fargo, National Australia Bank and V/Line.Read More
Work will still be waiting tomorrow, and the next day, and the next… https://s.hbr.org/39PZr5I
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- Welcome to the 52 Risks® Framework
- 21 Ideas for Using the 52 Risks® Framework to Manage Risks
- Operational Risk Management in a Period of Disruption – Will Normal Programming Resume Shortly?
- Getting To First Base In Operational Risk
- Managing Financial Risk: The Role Of Stress Testing And Downside Scenario Analysis