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As every community contends with its share of natural catastrophes, structural fortifications and business continuity planning can help today’s long-term care operators bolster their resilience.
Sandra Little of the Bar-S Foods Co. talks about the diligence needed to prevent product recalls and the fascination of people-watching.
An unbiased, diverse crowd often provides better insight than an individual expert.
Intellectual richness, complexity and interest await the risk professionals of tomorrow.
Director of risk management Joseph Mazza says heightened visibility is good for risk managers, but cyber remains a top challenge.
Health care risk managers may not be able to stop data attacks, but they can follow some basic strategies to minimize the impact.
Risk managers need to spell out compensation and expectations.
Risk Manager Rich Johanson on the need for tailored solutions for cyber risk and why it might be less risky to skydive to work.
No matter what kind of risk you’re trying to manage, it makes more sense to move forward than in reverse.
We honor the 2015 Risk All Stars, who stand out from their peers by overcoming challenges through exceptional problem-solving, creativity, perseverance and passion.
One Risk All Star took on the daunting challenge of quickly relocating a sprawling headquarters, and without a single moment of down time.
David Brooks quantifies and manages risks across every product offered by XL Catlin.
New to her position in risk management, Rytec’s Kris Finell set about correcting just about everything she could get her hands on.
Cheryl Feltgen on the importance of analytics, the inspiration of Nelson Mandela and the appropriateness of champagne for any occasion.
The industry still struggles to measure the impacts of good risk management.
Temple’s risk management school is making waves nationally.
Risk professionals know to separate cell phones for life and work. It’s schizophrenic really, but ever so intelligent.
Like any risk, “worry” can stagnate your business and should be managed.
Dan Holden’s first risk management job was as a field claim manager with Wausau when he was 22.
Public risk management requires stamina and endurance regardless of the political season’s veiled threats and promises
Covering the risks associated with a large multi-sport event took more than insurance. Time for ERM at its finest.