The Risk-Based Performance Management (RBPM) book will be launched tonight in London. Register now at http://tinyurl.com/omztc2n to attend.
We are very pleased to announce that the Risk-Based Performance Management book is now available to the public at most good stockists in both hardcover & e-book formats. You can order and/or download it from Amazon HERE or directly from Palgrave Macmillan HERE The book’s description: “The world of business has undergone unparalleled change in recent Read More
This blog is somewhat off topic however I have just spent an hour or so trying to reconnect Windows Live Writer to my SquareSpace V5 blog. It should and sometimes is straight-forward; 1) Add the URL to your blog 2) Add your username 3) Add your password However you maybe asked to ‘Select Blog Type’. Read More
The best tablet apps for business and productivity will be celebrated at TabTimes TabletBiz conference & expo on November 27 in New York City. The ballots have been counted and the results are in! Their illustrious judges have decided which apps have what it takes to make the final round of The Tabby Awards /Business. Read More
This morning the future leader of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Martin Wheatley caught the headlines with his statement that when the FCA takes over some of the regulatory duties of the FSA next year, it will be prepared to “shoot first, ask questions later”. With this aggressive statement, little regard seems to be given Read More
Risk management creates and protects value. Risk management contributes to the demonstrable achievement of objectives and improvement of performance in, for example, human health and safety, security, legal and regulatory compliance, public acceptance, environmental protection, product quality, project management, efficiency in operations, governance and reputation. Risk management is an integral part of all organizational processes. Read More
What will be the real cost of the Libor scandal that broke with Barclays £290 million settlement with UK and US regulators? The industry is and will continue to see regulatory fines grow. We will also see lawsuits and class actions, and we can expect to see knock on effects in many other industries including Read More
Following the recent launch of Strategy & Risk Studio, the lite edition of the app is now available from the App Store. Strategy & Risk Studio is a one-of-a-kind application enabling consultants and practitioners to design and define an organisation’s enterprise performance management, enterprise risk management and/or strategy and risk management models. The tool is based Read More
This week has seen the launch of the first Risk-Based Performance Management iPad application – Strategy & Risk Studio. Developed by Strategy and Risk Management consultancy, Manigent, the application is designed for consultants and professionals using the RBPM methodology, and enables them to quickly design and develop integrated strategy and risk management framework. The application Read More
London – 7 November 2011: Compliance and integration to drive risk technology expenditure according to the sixth edition of Chartis Research’s RiskTech100® report. "There is a quiet revolution taking place in the financial services industry, where the disciplines of risk and finance are converging," comments Peyman Mestchian, Managing Partner of Chartis Research. He says that Read More
Can a firm ever demonstrate the benefits from an improved approach to the management of risks? This is the question that the Head of Operational Risk at HML sets out to answer in this blog post. Having worked with HML for a number of years now, it is great to see their risk management approach Read More
The presentation, Balanced Scorecard – Necessary but not sufficient, delivered at the Unicom’s Strategic Performance Management and Balanced Scorecard Forum on 20 October 2009 is available. Click here
This week I have had a number of discussions with clients and other ‘experts’ about how to best use indicator information. One of the points that consistently comes up for discussion, and appears to be accepted wisdom is that if indicators are RED some action must be taken, if only providing some commentary as to why it is red, whereas if an indicator is green no action is required. We believe this is a mistake and a huge missed opportunity for organisations.
Welcome to the first Risk-based performance update for 2009. Below is a snapshot of new topics related to performance and risk management posted on the Risk-based performance website during the month of January. Leading insights from 2008 view 20 books to help navigate the year ahead view Why Strategy Maps are important to your operational Read More