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One of the core skills required for a business continuity and disaster recovery professional is the ability to conduct comprehensive business impact analyses (BIAs). This involves a meticulous review of critical business functions and operations that analyzes dependencies across vendors, facilities, personnel and technology infrastructure.
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.
Ken Davis, the director of risk management for Nuverra Environmental Solutions, says the industry is getting better at education, but still has room to grow.
Procurement and risk management must partner together to help their organization grow, but in some companies, they rarely even talk.
The international director of global risk management for Jones Lang LaSalle says risk managers need to do a better job at self-promotion in the workplace.
When interests conflict, whose risk prevails?
Beaumont Vance, author of Enterprise Risk Management for Dummies and editor of Risk Management Reports is launching a new blog.
The roles of insurance sector CROs are expanding.
What do we do when regulatory compliance is at odds with our mission?
The executive director of risk management for the SFUSD says enterprise risk management has come a long way, but still needs improvement.
Solutions considered in the wake of the Germanwings disaster shouldn’t create more risks.
Ten percent of respondents to AM Best have a cyber security policy.
The fifth chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
Risk managers can give their emotions a place in decision-making.
Effective risk managers tend to be a disagreeable sort. And for the organizations they serve, that’s a very good thing.