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Artificial intelligence has become a key weapon in responding to extreme weather events like hurricanes, flooding, drought and wildfires.
Risk managers should always demand the truth.
Truth is hard to find when we ignore messages that conflict with what we believe.
Foolish or negligent behavior leads to many an outrageous lawsuit or insurance claim.
Drawn to the industry since college, Elisa Atwell, the risk manager for a Fortune 500 company, is at the pinnacle of her career.
Cyber security requires sensitizing staff to correct behaviors and separating important data from routine information available on the internet.
Palo Alto-based The Risk Authority Stanford is incubating risk management solutions using design thinking; that means elevating end users into key roles in addressing health care risk exposures.
The number of women in risk management leadership roles is increasing, but the field is dominated by men.
At McKesson, Jane Sandler blends her passions for risk management and health care to help the organization develop innovative, forward-thinking solutions.
Facing deteriorating results, some large commercial fleet carriers are leaving the market.
Successful risk managers know how to sell peace of mind.
Mary Anne Hilliard has served in several risk management and safety positions with Children’s National, and says keeping kids safe and healthy is a fulfilling reward.
Ignoring customer desires creates a vulnerability that risk managers should be aware of.
Risk managers need to be aware of what an organization says it will do compared with how it acts.
Risk managers share hard-learned lessons on implementing enterprise risk management.
Facebook’s global risk manager is motivated by the positive change she helps her company create in the world.
Create a “risk ruler” system to compare disparate exposures and prioritize risk management resources.
Public-sector risk professionals are facing more anger from their communities, as the mistrust of government grows.
Amanda Lagatta, Target’s director of insurance and claims, was drawn to risk management in high school and praises the value of college graduate risk management programs.