Issue 1 - July 2012 Articles
In the first article in our series on risk resilience, we explore questions such as "how does risk-resiliency go beyond conventional risk management?"
Traditional risk management approaches struggle to cope in today's uncertain world. Can organisations develop the risk resilience needed to survive and succeed?
Managing risk factors impacts strategic objectives and with the right enterprise risk management techniques, your business gains a competitive advantage.
The Argentine government’s seizure of Repsol YPF reveals how political risks impact foreign investors. How can your business assess political risks to garner the greatest rewards?
Emerging market GDP is twice that of advanced countries, a great opportunity for multinational corporations seeking growth and greater supply chain efficiency.
Fast growth in emerging markets makes understanding local politics and the risks they pose critical to business strategy and operational decisions.
CEOs face difficult investment choices and strategic agendas in accessing opportunities in new markets, requiring a combination of indicators and perspectives.
Increasing female empowerment lies at the nexus of literacy and innovation, but are business strategies reflecting the opportunities that arise when women learn?
As supply chains become more complex and extended, managing the sustainability risks of disruption and interruption becomes ever more critical and difficult.