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Risk that is not understood can present as much or more danger to a business than one which has not been foreseen. All decisions will have some element of risk associated with them and how the risk is to be … Continue reading
Engaging in business activity always has associated with it some element of risk. Embedded in each risk is a probability that some threat, damage, injury, liability, loss or other negative business effect, caused by external or internal factors, may occur. … Continue reading
Managing risk is absolutely essential if you wish to optimise the benefit of a business initiative. That there will be risks is unavoidable. Identified risks can be managed through either avoidance or mitigation. With risk avoidance, activities are undertaken in … Continue reading