Rules for Risk: A Model for Managing Operational Risks
December 15, 2012 Editor 0
Operational risks exist in every endeavor and in every organization–including your organization. These include risks like damage to physical assets, business disruption and system failure, data theft, and fraud.
Despite knowing how important operational risks are, organizations still struggle with the best ways to identify and manage their operational risks. Organizations of all sizes and in all industries continue to seek out best practices for identifying and managing key operational risks. Organizations also want a governance structure to embed those best practices broadly.
In this HBR webinar, Philippa Girling shares effective practices for identifying and managing operational risks.
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