Mar 222017

Cliff Rossi

A perennial question for risk managers in any industry is how to better anticipate and react to potential risks before they can turn into something more serious over time. With markets, customer behavior and technology becoming increasingly dynamic and complex, the cognitive skills needed to adapt quickly to subtle but important changes are every bit as important as the analytic tools used to measure risk.

To better balance the “science” of risk management, greater attention much be made in cultivating the “art” of our profession — and this is where practicing situational risk awareness (SRA) can make a difference in your organization.  Read Professor of the Practice Cliff Rossi’s full column here

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