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  • The Consequences of Inadequate Due Diligence
    published on August 18th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    Operating a global business today requires efficiently managing a network of third-party partners that supply product components, run operations in foreign markets, operate call centers, or act as outside consultants or agents. The vast array of capabilities and specialized skill sets of a well-maintained third-party network makes operations easier for both the organization and its customers. But many organizations, from small businesses to multi-national corporations, can rarely afford the time and effort required in-house to manage these often complex third-party relationships.
  • Dot Com Media Warns Local Businesses Against Fake Reviews
    published on August 7th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    Fake reviews, regardless of their medium, can deal serious damage to a firm's reputation. With the advent of the internet, false reviews can sprout up and scare away potential clients from a business. While it can be damaging for any business, new businesses are particularly vulnerable, as they typically have an unknown reputation in their community.
  • What Is a Cyber Security Risk Assessment and Why Do One?
    published on July 3rd, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    Performing a cyber risk assessment has become a necessary in today's asymmetric threat environment. Failing to do so is evidence of a lack of due diligence. Law enforcement is unable to protect a corporation's information assets from cybercrime. Companies must now examine its threats and vulnerabilities and take steps to mitigate the harm that could be suffered.
  • Grocery Store Consulting - The Risk Management of Wrist Management
    published on March 28th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    One of the huge costs of running a grocery store is healthcare. Workmen's (workperson's) compensation is also a challenge due to all the grocery clerks who have wrist problems or Carpal Tunnel. Those repetitive motions of picking up items and moving them across the scanner take their toll on the frail human skeletal bones of the wrist. You can see why large grocery store chains with risk management departments take "wrist management" seriously. Let's talk, but first let me tell you a little personal story.
  • How to Protect Your Restaurant Against Power Surges
    published on March 9th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    Power surges due to local area load shedding or lightning strikes are a reality for most people. The rush of a power surge that takes place when the electricity rushes through the electrical circuit can cause devastating results for businesses and restaurants.
  • Keys to Securing Market Intelligence
    published on March 8th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    If you are responsible for managing investments or financial portfolios the value of industry expertise and market intelligence cannot be understated. Many fund managers, investment brokers, private equity firms, and private placement organizations, both large and small, possess either in-house expertise or utilize the services of industry advisors to provide and augment insight into the markets and players that is not often found though traditional research. Many national expertise firms exist to provide platforms for analysts and fund managers to tap into this knowledge base and gain the information necessary to fill in the gaps...
  • The Importance Of Taking Calculated Risks In Business
    published on February 3rd, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    Many people grow up with the belief that taking risks is a negative thing. Whether you are looking to start a business or broaden it, every project brings a risk of failure. It is not good to make decisions as you go along, it is better to develop a strategic plan from the get go. Every opportunity that comes through should accelerate forward to your company's long-term vision. A good risk is the result of determining needs, distinguishing areas that need growth, creating a strategic plan, and taking it upon yourself to get rid of anticipating omissions.
  • Minimize Risks Through The Use Of An Export Documentary Credit
    published on January 30th, 2017 at 07:19 AM
    There are different ways to source supplies overseas. Get help from the experts to make sure that you choose the best solution.
  • Common Misleeding Emails That Lead to Malicious Attacks
    published on November 23rd, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Hackers and scammers come up with creative ways to gain control of you and your computer. Unfortunately for us, it's sometimes very hard to figure out when you are about to be scammed.
  • Business Angel or Devil in Disguise - You Choose!
    published on August 18th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    In this article we examine the role of a Business Angel and shoot from the hip as it isn't always sweetness and light! Take time to think before getting carried away.
  • Partnerships - Eight Lessons We Can Learn From Brexit
    published on August 11th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    On 23 June, the British public made an unexpected and dramatic decision that has not only laid the path for a less than friendly divorce from the EU, but also a rift between the United Kingdom partner countries as well. This decision exemplifies partnership relationships however large or insignificant. Partnerships are complicated. If the foundations are not solid, you are laying down the path to ultimate collapse. So what lessons can we learn from recent events and how can we avoid our own Brexit partnership crises?
  • Staff Name Badges - Way to Promote Your Company
    published on July 26th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    In every business especially those ones with staff that number in the hundreds or even thousands, staff name badges are very important. There are several reasons as to why staff in any company or institution should have their own name badges.The number one reason for a company having staff name badges is promotion. Since every business benefits from promotion, it is paramount that you take advantage of every opportunity that presents itself for you to promote your business.
  • How To Limit Liability In Your Early Education Company
    published on July 26th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    There is always risk and opportunity for liability in a childcare business, but there are a number of ways you can limit your liability and manage risk in your early education company. Here are eleven things you may want to consider.
  • Small Business Insurance Basics: 10 Things You Need to Know Now
    published on July 25th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Know the basics about business insurance - it can save you money in both the long and short term. Here are ten things you need to know now.
  • Lying By Omission? We May Never Get "The Whole Truth and Nothing But The Truth" Ever Again
    published on July 12th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    It's new. It's dangerous. It's provocative. It's the future at its best. It's the future at its worst. Is this new version of lying by omission the new truth? It's your fiduciary responsibility to implement and ramp up the precautions that are needed. Please let me explain.
  • Organizations Can Dramatically Reduce Workers Comp Costs by Helping Employees Become Fit for Work
    published on July 6th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Injuries on the job, including back strain and varied repetitive muscle aches and pains, are a major burden on company profits and productivity. All manner of attempts have been made to mitigate the problems, including improved safety programs, return-to-work programs, health education programs and manager accountability/charge-backs. Despite the costs, about 30 percent of organizations reduced their risk management budgets in recent years. In the years to come, the medical costs of an aging workforce will also affect workers' compensation costs. This article suggests what might be the single most effective way to reduce such costs.
  • What Have Horse Riding Accidents Got to Do With Your Business?
    published on June 8th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    If you are not involved in any way with horses, you may think that a report on riding accidents is of no interest to you. As I am a horseman, I read the recent report on the subject by the British Horse Society and was surprised at some of the findings. In Risk Management, as doubtless in other areas, it usually pays to give an extra amount of thought to data which contradicts your expectations. In this article I look at the ways in which at least two of the most unexpected findings of the Report are relevant to managing risks in all situations, at work and at home.
  • 4 Ways to Successfully Manage Projects
    published on May 31st, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    In this article, I'll identify 4 primary ways to help successfully manage projects. Understanding them will hopefully better prepare you for your next project.
  • Why Determining Your Risk Tolerance Is A Vital Part Of Learning To Trade
    published on May 31st, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Investors often find that although there is a very vast and diverse range of financial instruments that can be used for investing, certain factors remain the same across all markets. Foremost among these is the need to determine and define individual risk tolerance. Without a comprehensive understanding of what this is and how to trade in accordance with it, investors will always be at risk of making hasty decisions that foster direct losses or cut their potential profits short.
  • Strengthening the CFO's Role in Strategic Risk Management
    published on May 24th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Strengthening the CFO's role in strategic risk management to lead Capital Intensive business in Market Volatility. Most of the major companies have Risk Management Process in place to identify, assess and respond to ongoing and emerging Risk to the Business. One crucial gap is STRATEGIC RISK MANAGEMENT - understanding of the critical enterprise - wide risks affecting the company's ability to reach all of its strategic aspirations.
  • Risk Management Courses - How To Get One and Its Benefits
    published on April 29th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Risk management courses have become a common requirements with just about every organization. It has become important for the organizations to take necessary steps to ensure that the organization is able to vision the future in a clarified manner, assuring no threats or revenue loss to the business.
  • Social Engineering - Why I Think Your Business Should Care
    published on April 13th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    I'm amazed every single day about the way people think about normal-life security inside companies. Big or small; everybody has weaknesses that go unnoticed until disaster strikes.
  • Reducing the Risks of New Product Development
    published on February 23rd, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Risk, a Constant Companion 1. New Products are only successful if people buy them. 2...
  • 6 Reasons Not to Skip Your Annual Business Insurance Review
    published on February 4th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Your business goes through changes over the years - the insurance coverage you started out with may not be the best choice now. That's why it's important to make sure you revisit your business insurance needs on an annual basis.
  • Own It
    published on January 4th, 2016 at 07:19 AM
    Own your power. Express yourself. Do what you want to do. Find and destroy your barriers to your success. Be the Bad Ass Leader you were meant to be.
  • Failing to Win Hearts and Minds, Replacing Soldiers With Saints
    published on December 28th, 2015 at 07:19 AM
    As we reduce the military presence in areas of conflict, we leave a void within that region. However, many non-government organizations have stepped up to fill that role. From humanitarian aid to business development, these organizations play a vital role in the stabilization of the region, but take on inherent risk as they do so.
  • Risk Monitoring Systems - 4 Essentials
    published on December 1st, 2015 at 07:19 AM
    Effective risk management plans require fully integrated risk monitoring systems that include systematic processes and specific actions for monitoring and handling risks. This allows the manager to take timely and effective actions to reduce, eliminate, or mitigate the consequences of risk.
  • What Are the Similarities Between Manufacturing and the Church?
    published on November 6th, 2015 at 07:19 AM
    The manufacturing sector has a problem recruiting young people. This article looks at the reasons and identifies similarities to issues encountered by the Church. It goes on to point out the risks both encounter in trying to address the problems.
  • Taking Advantage Of A Risk Management Strategy To Deal With Different Business Continuity Risks
    published on October 26th, 2015 at 07:19 AM
    Every business, big or small, has to face different risks. Some of which may be easily brushed off with no harm done, and some of which can have a lasting impact on your operations which may eventually lead to bankruptcy. These risks are called business continuity risks.
  • Simply Say "Thank You"
    published on October 26th, 2015 at 07:19 AM
    Stop diminishing yourself in life. Don't step over anything. Let yourself find your power.


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