At Imergo, we often find that the language of risk can be off-putting. The following content may help those new to the area of risk management in
If you want to manage risk, think like a weather forecaster. Thermometer or barometer? How do you manage risk? Many organisations employ the
The purpose of controls Managers and assurance providers have usually got a good handle on the management controls in place in their organisation.
It’s a common challenge. The uncertainties that affect a business have been defined and categorised. Some are classed as ‘operational’: risks that
It was a few years ago on a Tuesday afternoon in April when ‘nothing’ happened. I was working at a national charity and everything seemed normal.
I may be the only one (but I doubt it) who has arrived for a meeting with a colleague to discuss risk and find a disengaged individual sat across from
My background is in the field of risk, governance and assurance. I have always gravitated towards technical models and frameworks used in this field
“If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will of course frantically try to clamber out. But if you place it gently in a pot of tepid water