Covid-19 has forced national governments into radical action to protect their nations from the pandemic. Boards too are adjusting, transforming strategy and business models to manage their way through the crisis.
The crisis has, as result, thrown a spotlight on the way corporates manage risk. Indeed, risk has perhaps become the most significant factor on board agendas.
Covid-19 is not the only risk, or course, though it will dominate discussion at this time. There are others that concern boards such such as digitisation, cybersecurity and climate change. Failures to plan are obvious. The implications of inadequate control and knowledge of risk could severely affect customers, investors, employees and the general public.
Here at Board Agenda we’d like to find out how boards are dealing with the complexities of risk and share our findings with our audience. How are boards preparing their organisations for the many risks prevalent on the current business landscape? How are they positioning their organisations for rapidly changing risks? What actions are board members and senior executives taking?
In conjunction with our partners INSEAD Corporate Governance Centre and Mazars, we’d like to hear your views on risk. Our research will evaluate how boards and directors across Europe are managing this crucial area of business.
Take our Leadership in Risk survey to let us know your views. All participation is confidential and only reported in aggregate.
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