Organizational Risk Management Is Not Just About Compliance

 

Organizational risk management is too often treated as a compliance issue with complex rules that result in a back office tracking of risks that don’t see the light of day.  This presentation contrasts a traditional view of organizational risk management with an alternative view provided in a Harvard Business Review article by Robert S. Kaplan and Anette Mikes.  This categorization of risk allows executives to understand the qualitative distinctions between the types of risks that organizations face.

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Association of Continuity Professionals Risk Management April 2018