Category: Enterprise Risk Management
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
Business owners, directors and executives need to have a comprehensive understanding of the cyber risks facing their companies and organizations. The increasingly complex internal and external landscape presents unique challenges. Several key steps can however significantly increase the cyber resilience of any company or organization, irrespective of size. In a recent article for Diligent Corporation, Peter Deans, founder of 52 Risks, outlines what can be done to build cyber resilience.Read More
Risk Management Article: COVID-19: A Steep Learning Curve in Risk Management for Many Boards and CEOs
Across the business sector, the effects of COVID-19 are revealing the extent to which organisations have under-invested in essential risk management skills and practices. In this article for Diligent Corporation, Peter Deans explores the issues that have arisen and lesson learned.Read More
The 52 Risks framework provides a risk management map and company for all sizes of enterprises. With all 52 Risks on one page, directors and management can seek to identify and then consider the business risks their organization will face.Read More
Afterpay is a global brand and business on the cusp of something great potentially. Telstra has had a few attempts overseas but will just be cosigned to speeding up broadband for 25m people for a while I suspect.
Following on from last week's story about Toyota having to cut back truck production in the US, more supply chain issues are emerging from the global semiconductor shortage.
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