Enhance trust across your network.
Adopt an approach to information that fosters stronger relationships.
This holistic risk approach results in the transparency needed to enable businesses to inspire trust and be prepared to act on opportunities.
Every year PwC’s Global CEO Survey uncovers the risks that are keeping most business leaders up at night. But the story this year isn’t what CEOs said about risk, it’s what they said about growth and risk together.
A large online retailer developed a strategy for tackling risks inherent in its global expansion while simulatneously buttoning down its business processes at home.
You need to put a system in place that measures and monitors supplier risks and opportunities. But where do you start?
In today’s business environment, opportunity is always tied to risk. Technological growth has led to faster decision making, increased contact with third party vendors and mounting cybersecurity threats.
Over the past three years, the number of organisations that embrace external collaboration has steadily increased. This year 65% of respondents said they collaborate to improve cybersecurity and reduce cyber-risks, up from 50% in 2013.
More sources of risk and complexity are evident, ranging from new technologies, cyber threats, regulatory requirements and changes in accounting and tax rules. Today, risk is dynamic, spread over the globe (with little time to plan and prepare) and has greater, more far-reaching impact.
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