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Risk and Control
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When an organisation goes to the trouble of articulating its VISION, MISSION and STRATEGIC objectives, it is a major issue if the organisation does not follow through, by provisioning INITIATIVES and PROJECTS, to enable STRATEGIC objectives to move forward. So if you...read more
Culture Risk Regulatory staff - and the public sector as a whole - understand risk primarily as a threat. They see risk analysis as a vital tool to help them contain and prevent hazards. Commercial staff, by contrast, see risk as an obstacle that can be identified,...read more
Looking at a ceiling-hanging mobile the other day it reminded me just how important the notion of connection or connectedness is in our world of risk and control. We were looking at the business case for a project and something appeared odd. We could see nothing in...read more
Listening to a radio broadcast today about the risk associated with technology we heard a senior manager apologising for the poor quality of service provided to his organisation's customers. This was due, he claimed, to: "Problems with the new computer system". It's...read more
Regulators have an expectation that firms - financial services operators - treat consumers respectfully and with regard to customers' reasonable expectations. This means that firms have to imagine or try and imagine what reasonable expectations might be from a...read more
Reports often contain no obvious structure or roadmap and comprise page after page of mind-numbing boring text. Reading these is not my idea of having a good time. The trouble is that human beings are highly visual and naturally seek out waypoints, imagery and...read more