This comprehensive roundup of the latest thinking, tools, reports, and best practices in risk and innovation will help you navigate this critical space.
Today, organisations’ value chains - the series of steps they take to deliver their products or services - include a multitude of business relationships which impact the bottom line.
This joint CGMA report with the Chairmen's Forum, Alvarez & Marsal and Airmic provides insights to help address the challenges of the new reporting requirements in the UK Corporate Code.
The risk landscape is evolving and becoming more complex. To build risk resilience within organisations, business leaders and finance must take an integrated view of risk and develop a strong risk culture.
Setting the overall risk context means establishing roles and responsibilities for risk management and determining the levels of risk that the organisation is prepared to take in achieving its strategic objectives.
Risk management involves identifying, assessing and responding to uncertainty arising from the organisation’s activities to support the delivery of its strategic objectives.
The purpose of risk assessment is to assess the impact and likelihood of the risks facing the business, both individually and collectively.
The board and senior executives are responsible for effective risk oversight.
This guide, written in partnership with the Global Compact Network UK, sets out the context for the importance of human rights issues to business.
Business continuity management (BCM) capabilities enable organisations to restore their businesses to normal operations following an unanticipated disaster or business interruption.