Too few risks are identified, too many are managed

We don't want to know what can go wrong When I'm looking at a risk management implementation from an audit point of view, I often worry about two fundamentally opposite problems. On the one hand, I note that quite often the risk identification exercise is not conducted to ensure completeness. Often heard excuses are: "we … Continue reading Too few risks are identified, too many are managed

Management challenges in implementing real risk management

Introduction Here's an often heard remark in organizations: we want risk management, but we cannot or will not yet make the full required effort. Well, if that is the starting position, the best thing the person charged with the project of implementing risk management can do is hand back that project to the project owner … Continue reading Management challenges in implementing real risk management