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Peter Drucker, one of the first managerial thinkers, introduced MBO or Management by Objectives. This eventually paved the way for pic-2-Objectives-and-Key-Results-300x200.jpeg?profile=RESIZE_710xthe birth of the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) management philosophy. Andy Grove, known as the “Father of OKRs”, introduced the approach to Intel during the 1970s. This was further popularized by John Doer by introducing OKRs at Google in 1999.

Today, successful organizations are now using OKRs.  Objectives and Key Results is an efficient way to track company and t

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If we assume risk management is actually formalised within an institution, then a firm might do well to perhaps consider embedding decision making and appetite into their risk enterprise framework.

A look into why it is so hard to comprehend risk appetite and five tips which improve the quantification of risk appetite on objectives.

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ISO 31000 and Objectives

ISO 31000 is becoming a popular risk framework, a credible alternative for COSO and many organisations across the planet are now selecting this approach for formalizing their internal risk programs directly. Actually, ISO 31000 is probably taking the lions share of market interest for risk management at present and that isn't such a bad thing.

One aspect that sets ISO aside from many other risk frameworks in use, is its clear delineation yet connection between an objective and the objectives unce

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