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How Does Risk Relate to Strategy?

From the new Spark whitepaper, Risk: The Missing Link Connecting Strategy to Implementation, co-authored with Jamie Notter (JamieNotter.com) and Leslie White (Croydon Consulting): Risk management is an intrinsic part of strategic thinking. When considering a strategy, you must first determine … Continue reading

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Why Does Risk Matter?

From the new Spark whitepaper, Risk: The Missing Link Connecting Strategy to Implementation, written with Jamie Notter and Leslie White: The risk management process involves the continuous identification, assessment, prioritization, and selection of risk management techniques; implementation; and monitoring of … Continue reading

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Risk: The Missing Link Connecting Strategy to Implementation

I’m excited to share the launch of the fourth whitepaper in the ongoing Spark whitepaper series, Risk: The Missing Link Connecting Strategy to Implementation. Co-authored with Jamie Notter (JamieNotter.com) and Leslie White, CPCU, ARM, CIC, CRM, (Croydon Consulting), the whitepaper … Continue reading

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“That Sounds Risky…”

Back in June, Leslie White (Croydon Consulting) and I presented a session for ASAE’s Finance and Business Operations Conference (FHRBOC). It was a simulation on risk management. We had assumed, given that it was a room full of accountants, that … Continue reading

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Snow White & Risk Management

Fairy tales and risk management are not as disconnected as you might think. Leslie Whiteand I recently presented on this topic for the ASAE Finance, HR and Business Operations Conference. Leslie opened by introducing the main concepts behind risk management, … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Strategy without context is meaningless. Less talk – more do. Acronym’s quick clicks for April. One was so good I had to call it out special, in which NTC publicly admits to things that didn’t go well at the recent … Continue reading

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Can I Trust You?

I’ve been thinking about issues related to trust and risk ever since Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant‘s unsession on their forthcoming book, Humanize, at #ASAE11. During the session, Jamie made a really interesting point: trust and risk are correlated. As … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Short list this week since I was on vacation for most of it. 6 things social media sites need to stop doing. Does your association do any of these to your members? Simple steps to social media risk mitigation. Looking … Continue reading

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Food for Thought

Why oh why do we always (over) focus on: “What are the risks of engaging in social media?” [EEEKK!!!!] Why aren’t we asking: “What are the risks of staying on the sidelines?”

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