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What has the pandemic taught us about risk management?

Naziar Hashemi Partner, National Head of Non Profits
06/07/2021
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It has been said for some time now that we live in a ‘VUCA’ world - a world which is more volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous than ever before. This is no truer than now when we are dealing with the economic, societal and financial impacts of the pandemic. All organisations are changing to be able to respond to the challenges; re-assessing strategic priorities to ensure that the strategy remains relevant and achievable and that the organisation is nimble and flexible enough to adapt, survive and thrive.

So what has the pandemic taught us about risk management?

Download our latest update which takes a detailed look at seven key areas under risk management which are particularly important for organisations to continue to achieve their purpose during, and after, the pandemic.

  • Known and unknowns.
  • Systematic weaknesses in operations and systems.
  • Linear/siloed approach.
  • Risk tolerance and risk appetite.
  • Opportunity in adversity.
  • Monitoring and reviewing risks.
  • Risk velocity

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Insights

This resource document summarises key points to help organisations move back into offices or address agile working.
Outlining the key areas of focus for operating in a ‘VUCA’ world.
Commentary from Richard Evans, Head of Risk and Assurance at Crowe and HR specialist Stuart Buglass, director at Crowe.
This resource document summarises key points to help organisations move back into offices or address agile working.
Outlining the key areas of focus for operating in a ‘VUCA’ world.
Commentary from Richard Evans, Head of Risk and Assurance at Crowe and HR specialist Stuart Buglass, director at Crowe.

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