Wednesday, March 24th 2021
This week in
How do you adapt your risk management for tomorrow?
This week’s must read
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically shifted the way businesses operate and has created new problems that business leaders must solve. Reassessing their risk management plans, constructing cohesive frameworks, identifying protocols and procedures to fill those gaps will help organizations better prepare for the next major crisis.
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Matthew Hinton, Control Risks, about preparing Now for Your Next Crisis Post-COVID.
As Covid-19 spread across the world, businesses faced massive cascading disruptions while the crisis is far from over. To survive, organizations will have to implement a risk management program that blends data science, automation, and artificial intelligence.
Strategic risks can expose an organization to loss and even extinction when unrecognized or unmanaged. The article presents three common strategic risk areas that companies need to take seriously.
In 2020, the measures taken by governments, businesses, and consumers to restrain the spread of the novel coronavirus triggered a sharp economic downturn and far-reaching social impacts. How has risk management responded in financial institutions and where does it go from here?
Understanding new and emerging risks to business during a pandemic is tricky. The EY Global Center for Board Matters interviewed seven leading board directors to understand how their approach to risk management reframes their organizations’ future.
This week’s Consulting News
| Loukia Papadopoulos@Interesting Engineering
| @RetailNews Asia
| @PR newswire
This week’s media
Believe it or not, there is a silver lining in the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of zeroing in on the negatives, we shall focus on the many opportunities under the new normal, including a wider and faster adoption of FinTech and leveraging dynamic sandbox-type thinking to address risk management challenges.
Consulting sourcing tips
This beginner’s guide will help you understand everything you need to know about consultancy procurement. It will give you an overview of the key steps involved in the procurement process and will help you get started on your sourcing journey.
When you launch a project, you can always hope that the consultant will understand your needs. Or you can write down the reasons why you start a project and what results you expect. Writing an RFP is not easy
The average management consultants salary is $85,000 per year. However, salaries can vary widely depending on experience, location, and industry. However, the job can be demanding, with long hours and frequent travel.
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Hélène Laffitte is the CEO of Consulting Quest, a Global Performance-Driven Consulting Platform and author of “Smart Consulting Sourcing”, a step by step guide to getting the best ROI from your consulting. With a blend of experience in Procurement and Consulting, Hélène is passionate about helping Companies create more value through Consulting.