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Creating a risk intelligent enterprise
Turning concepts into practice
How does an organization become risk intelligent? By aligning people, processes, tools, technologies, and governance into an integrated risk management system tied to corporate strategy. This series provides practical steps and proven techniques for delivering actionable risk intelligence to the leaders who need it when they need it.
- Risk sensing: Insights for sound decision-making
- Portfolio optimization: Investing for the organization of the future
- Risk governance: Overseeing risk and risk management
- Scenario planning and war-gaming: Sizing up the future
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Risk sensing: Insights for sound decision-making
The risk intelligent enterprise runs on data that must be monitored, analyzed, and enriched with human insight in order to become information that’s valuable to decision makers. The resulting risk intelligence must then get to the right people at the right time—and in a form, they can readily apply within their functions.
These are challenging tasks for many organizations. And that’s where Predictive Risk Intelligence (PRI), a cognitive risk sensing analytics solution, can make a difference and enable smarter decision-making. PRI enables the type of risk monitoring, analysis, and mitigation that can operationalize strategic risk in an intelligent manner for the enterprise.
See how risk sensing can be the foundation of your approach to risk intelligence.
Portfolio optimization: Investing for the organization of the future
A risk intelligent enterprise aims to evolve and adapt as the risk landscape changes. Against this backdrop, business leaders must shed suboptimal investments, pursue new opportunities, and transform the organization to generate continual growth. By viewing enterprise risk management as value creation as well as loss prevention, organizations can optimize long-term performance amid ongoing disruption.
This article offers an overview of portfolio optimization. It also outlines an approach that can help leaders better understand the impact of future market conditions to make the right business decisions today.
See how portfolio optimization can inform investment decisions.
Risk governance: Overseeing risk and risk management
Robust risk governance drives a consistent and coordinated approach to enterprise risk and gives leaders a clear line of sight into risks and opportunities. Yet too many organizations still lack a well-defined system of risk governance. Or they’ve established risk governance only in pockets of the business rather than at the enterprise level.
This article outlines an effective enterprise-level risk governance strategy—an approach that can help leaders manage risk and capitalize on the opportunities that risks present.
Take a closer look at governing risk effectively.
Scenario planning and war-gaming: Sizing up the future
Scenario planning and war-gaming help organizations imagine potential futures and alternative scenarios that challenge their assumptions. These tools also enable organizations to spot sources of risk that may otherwise go undetected and can enhance decision-making amid uncertainty.
This article explores how scenario planning and war-gaming illuminate the future landscape and the potential impacts of risks and responses–and provides real-world examples of scenario planning and war-gaming in action.
See how scenario planning and war-gaming bring the future into focus.