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Joanna Makomaski is a specialist in innovative enterprise risk management methods and implementation techniques. She can be reached at [email protected]
Getting ERM kicked into gear can mean doing less, not more.
A little risk management education for board members could help prevent financial scandals.
When self-sufficiency proves impossible, we should focus on resilience more than sustainability.
Companies that move data and services to the cloud may put themselves at risk of attack by patent trolls.
An unbiased, diverse crowd often provides better insight than an individual expert.
Facing uncertainty, don’t just assume the worst. Remember the “upside risk.”
No matter what kind of risk you’re trying to manage, it makes more sense to move forward than in reverse.
The industry still struggles to measure the impacts of good risk management.
Expressing appreciation to work colleagues, partners and clients can pay dividends.
Covering the risks associated with a large multi-sport event took more than insurance. Time for ERM at its finest.
When interests conflict, whose risk prevails?
The Germanwings disaster was chiefly a failure of misplaced trust, our columnist writes.
When the latest technologies offer convenience at the expense of privacy, we must be conscious of where to draw the line.
Thousands of employees travel internationally to high-risk regions, but many “at-risk” organizations know little about the realities of kidnapping.
Is being responsible with our words considered an infringement on our freedom of speech?
Reducing cost is important to all organizations, but let’s make sure our cost accounting fits our reality.
Talent management risks can be exacerbated by a company’s recruitment strategies.
If we don’t reach for lofty ambitions, we may never maximize our potential.
In partnership decisions, examine the history and character of those across the table.
For risk management to serve an organization in an essential way, it must truly be of value.