January 9th 2019
HRD Discussion Paper: Organisational Risk
For a senior leader, risk is a lens for viewing the business. Every decision or action can be seen through the lens of risk, and at the HRD-level, a discussion of risk should always start with organisational risks.
This HRD Briefing Paper focuses on questions associated with viewing all business activity through the risk lens. Particular focus is placed on the following topics and questions:
• What is organisational risk?
• What role can HR play in mitigating business risks?
• Organisational risks and identifying top HR-specific risks
• Identifying the type of risk culture in your organisation
• Skills necessary to be a smart organisational risk taker
Download the paper to examine the risk culture in your business and identify the steps your HR team and senior HR leaders can take to better mitigate organisational risks.
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