John Hurrell argues that a new approach to risk leadership is required in our more challenging business environment.
The business climate is more cut-throat, faster-moving and less forgiving than ever. According to one estimate from Willis, the average enterprise will experience a crisis once every eight years.
Many will suffer long-term damage and some will not survive at all. The risk environment, meanwhile, has become vastly more complex, driven by the extraordinary pace of globalisation and technological changes.
The risks businesses faced even 20 years ago were conceptually more straightforward than they are today: many of the biggest risks businesses fac
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