Risk May 2016

Why risk management is failing

Embracing complexity and uncertainty with value-based risk management

Why risk management is failing

Why risk management is failing

In today's business environment of uncertainty, complexity and continuous change, conventional risk management approaches are all too often ineffective: they are poor at dealing with complexity, too slow to adapt, and focused on reporting outcomes rather than supporting decision-making.

A different approach - "value-based risk management" - can help organizations strengthen their decision-making capabilities and ultimately achieve better alignment with the strategic needs of the business.

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