The 52 Risks® framework has been featured in the Governance Institute of Australia’s Risk Management For Directors: A Guide, released this month. The guide is plain English, no-nonsense guide to risk management for directors.
The guide provides practical advice boards can adopt to manage risk and includes sections on risk governance, the regulatory environment, risk management processes and tools, risk culture and topical non-financial and emerging risks.Read More
This month’s newsletter focuses on the link between politics and risk management, top-down and bottom-up approaches to risk management, risk culture and the impact of inflation on businessesRead More
Top-down or bottom-up risk assessment ? The 52 Risks framework provides a risk management tool to do both. 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
Top 10 Free Project Management Resources, BBC News Article on Risk Management, A Risk Management Map and Compass and Country Risk: American Companies that Failed in ChinaRead More
The business world is littered with failed projects. Projects that fail can be over time, over budget, reduced with reduced scope or not delivered at all. The adoption of project management tools and methodologies can reduce the likelihood of a failed project. Here is my top ten list of free corporate, government, academic and not for profit resources that can provide business leaders with insights and tools to better manage projects and project risk.Read More
The 52 Risks® January 2022 newsletter focuses on Risk Management for Start-up and Tech Companies, World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2022, Twitter as a Risk Management ToolRead More
Start-up ventures face unique business challenges. They are, by their nature, smaller enterprises without the established management or financial resources of larger, established businesses. Most start-up ventures today are almost 100% technology firms, with business models built around software and technology-driven operational processes.
For start-ups and tech firms, 52 Risks® provides a starting list of high-level risk categories to consider. This can be used in the design stage or in the early pilot / start-up phases. The 52 Risks® framework can also be used as a business expands and grows with more customers, new geographic areas and new products and customer segments.
52 Risks® assist founders and business leaders – that may not have access to specialized risk management expertise – better understand their risks.Read More
There is little doubt that challenges will face all businesses in 2022.
The 52 Risks® framework can be used to assist business owners, executives and risk managers gain a deeper understanding of the risks that any business may face. This will enable growth and stronger, more reliant businesses.
Below are 22 ways in which the 52 Risks® framework can facilitate the discussion and oversight of risk in any business.
The 52 Risks® December 2021 newsletter focuses on recent reports on Risks and Opportunities in 2022 and and article in the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Company Director magazine on scenario planning and stress testingRead More
The 52 Risks® November 2021 newsletter focuses on Risk Management Foresight Not Hindsight, the Top 12 Geopolitical Risk Resources and Allbirds’ 59 Business RisksRead More
- October 2022
- July 2022
- May 2022
- April 2022
- March 2022
- February 2022
- January 2022
- December 2021
- November 2021
- October 2021
- September 2021
- August 2021
- July 2021
- June 2021
- May 2021
- April 2021
- March 2021
- January 2021
- December 2020
- September 2020
- July 2020
- June 2020
- May 2020
- April 2020
- March 2020
- February 2020
- January 2020
- December 2019
Peter Deans Follow
Strategy & Risk Adviser I Former Chief Risk Officer I Creator & Founder https://t.co/ojgRxRgZD8 I Follow me for strategy, risk, management and economics stories & articles.
The article today below is a good follow on from yesterday’s post about the challenges Apple and Foxconn now face in their supply chain, as a result of China’s COVID policy and a myriad of related labor issues.
As noted yesterday,…https://lnkd.in/eztANp-b https://lnkd.in/ecn5xbam
Outsourcing works well when it works well. The partnership between Apple and Foxconn has been mutually beneficial for many years – delivering Apple and almost uninterrupted supply of new iphones and computers at an attractive price…https://lnkd.in/gysMGWmX https://lnkd.in/gUx36qFz
One of the best roles I have these days is being a Non-Executive Director of Trade for Good. Trade for Good is a startup equities trading platform with a true social purpose. 50% of the trading commission, for every ASX trade, is d…https://lnkd.in/gAZzGdMY https://lnkd.in/gYWSYTQr