September 28th 2010

Managing the People Dimension of Risk

Compiled from the research meeting of 8 September 2010, this review covers four main aspects of risk - understanding it, HR's contribution, organisation/expert panel observations and group discussion feedback on eight relevant topics. Issues and practices are detailed here along with recommendations for action for HR and others involved in risk management.

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