August 27th 2010

Executive Summary: Managing the People Dimension of Risk

This executive summary outlines the main themes and recommendations from the full research report, Managing the People Dimension of Risk, which highlights the role that HR should play in risk management. This is in the context of significant trends in corporate governance to recognise the importance of behaviour, rather than the historic tendency of risk management to rely mainly on controls and quantitative analysis.

The topics covered by this executive summary include:
• The current challenges in the field of risk management and governance
• Developing a culture of risk management
• What is the people dimension of risk?
• Addressing people practices at all levels of the organisation
• The role of HR in people risk issues
• Improving organisational capability in risk management

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