I want to congratulate David Hillson (a.k.a. the Risk Doctor) for his video explaining his view of risk management basics. In Risk management basics: What exactly is it?, he takes less than five minutes to sum up risk management with six questions:
Risk Officers have to consider themselves as business executives first and foremost. While their charter may talk about ‘risk’, their job is to help the board and executive team achieve the corporate objectives. They need to put themselves in the shoes of the CEO and board members. They cannot afford only to concern themselves with reasons not to pursue ventures–implying a desire to stay home and vegetate. Think like a CEO, act like a CEO, and talk like a CEO. Provide leadership with the information, process, systems, and so on to make effective decisions that lead to success.
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