Risk avoidance is not an option. So how can your team embrace risk management as a strategic advantage?
When we say your culture around risk matters more than ever, we mean it.
Once upon a time, risk management was synonymous with limiting activities. However, in today’s digital, hybrid work environment – the pace, expectations and opportunities around risks have dramatically shifted.
Now risk is considered a competitive advantage. It’s the context in which you can understand opportunities through a company culture that is enabled to engage with risk. Yes, risk management is about GRC processes and technology, but it’s also about fostering your people and a risk-ready culture.
But what does a risk-engaged culture look like? And how do you know if you're on the right track?
In its report, Develop a Risk-Engaged Culture to Improve Business Decisions, Gartner® looks at common failures in maintaining a risk-ready culture and ways to improve your teams and organization for business success.
The report walks through some of the behaviors, red flags, and real-world strategies to positively influence your company’s approach to risk.
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- Gartner, Develop a Risk-Engaged Culture to Improve Business Decisions, By Paul Proctor, Srinath Sampath, Refreshed 10 November 2021, Published 8 July 2020.
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