Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Your staff come to work and bring their best selves (mostly). However, each 'best self' can have a different appetite for risk taking. If you haven’t already, survey their attitude to risk to their personal safety or their personal financial risk.…
19 hours ago
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Sorry. No such thing when it comes to Change Programs like implementing your risk framework. Ask any professional change manager. And they don’t teach a lot of change management at risk school, do they? Haha! What risk school?
Most risk people get…
Friday
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Apr 13
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
I like to think that when I work with boards, executive teams and other teams that they are buying an experience, as much as my knowledge of the topic at hand. That is, they feel engaged.Last week I emphasised the need to design great risk…
Mar 30
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
One of the worst insults you can throw at a risk practitioner is that you are merely a “checklist designer”. Chapter 6 of my book Risky Business: How Successful Organisations Embrace Uncertainty is titled Designing Success. When I run the RMIA’s…
Mar 23
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Chapter 5 of my book Risky Business: How Successful Organisations Embrace Uncertainty is titled The End Game. (NEWS FLASH – the Kindle version of Risky Business is now on sale for just $2.99 from now until Thursday only.) Whenever I run workshops…
Mar 17
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Aaron Dignan, in an excerpt from his book Brave New Work on ‘Changing Organisational Mindset’ explains the difference between complicated and complex by comparing it to the difference between a car and traffic[1]. Everything about a car has been…
Mar 9
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
I had my book launch for Risky Business: How Successful Organisations Embrace Uncertainty on Thursday afternoon. What a fantastic afternoon with near on two hundred risk professionals, current and past clients and friends and family helping me to…
Mar 2
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
I have long complained that the risk profession has made risk management needlessly complex. Part of it is the creation of our own language. Risk-speak. We put “risk” in front of or after perfectly normal words like conduct, appetite and…
Feb 26
Bryan Whitefield posted an event

Feb 25, 2021 from 4:00 to 5:00

Online via Zoom. Register here: <a href="https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpd--uqTgoGtEGvmyD2SJqj5Rsd-p-CnfO">https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpd--uqTgoGtEGvmyD2SJqj5Rsd-p-CnfO</a>

Feb 18
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
No doubt you have heard of groupthink, how the desire to conform - so a group remains of like-mind - can lead to poor decisions. There is another phenomenon at play that I call organisation think, through which the culture of an organisation…
Feb 16
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Organisations need to embrace uncertainty because of the Uncertainty Paradox, which states that the only certainty is uncertainty. No one can predict the future. This is the first concept I explore in my new book Risky Business: How Successful…
Feb 9
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
It’s time we did something about the persistent perception of risk as a compliance function. Something that is done to keep the board, the audit and risk committee or a regulator happy. Another task in addition to running a successful…
Feb 2
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Thought I’d end the year differently because it's the year of differences. Here is a VLOG instead of a BLOG… enjoy!
 
 
 
Dec 22, 2020
Bryan Whitefield posted a blog post
Dogged inaction by leaders when staff raise issues is one cause of organisational silence (which I wrote about last week), and ultimately causes the destruction of psychological safety.Dogged inaction is what happened to the Department of…
Dec 19, 2020
Bryan Whitefield posted an event

Nov 25, 2020 from 14:30 to 16:00

Online via Zoom

Dec 11, 2020
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