Risk Decisions: The Snowball Effect White Paper

Risk Decisions: The Snowball Effect White Paper

Risk Decisions: The Snowball Effect White Paper 1200 681 Risky Women

Risk is having a moment. The lessons of this year have shown us all how conquering uncertainty and harnessing risk is more important than ever for companies to stay competitive, agile and alive. So, Kimberley Cole was thrilled to contribute to Risk Decisions’ latest whitepaper, The Snowball Effect.

Together, with thought leaders from the risk management community, we unpack what’s really happening in the world of middle managers. Why are risk managers sitting at the heart of organisations too often making decisions in isolation? How have they become disconnected from other decision-makers?  And why is it that the CRO is now on most CEO’s speed dial?

The Snowball Effect explores the challenges facing the modern risk manager and vitally how, when risk is embedded across the whole organisation, it reveals the art of the possible.

Kimberley Cole points to the stand-out qualities of many of the women in her community. “It’s the ability to anticipate the direction of travel and potential hurdles while looking for ways to enable the business to build on those challenges. The ability to communicate and educate an organisation and customers can lead to great results. A strong risk manager has a voice at the top table to enable and enhance the communication.”

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