In 2011, discussions and comments concerning risk management represented a strong thread of continuity in dialogues posted on this website. In this new year of 2012, an expectation for more of the same appears to be a safe bet as well.
From recent comments and requests, it appears that many business continuity planning teams will be struggling to achieve a better understanding of risk management and what role risk plays in setting their own organization’s strategies to be better prepared and ready for any business interruption event that might occur in 2012.
Our staff has accumulated the following articles as potential reading library resource materials:
“Catching the Wind: How to Understand Risk Perception” an article written by Rick Jones
“How to Develop a Risk Management Plan” as posted on the wikiHOW website
“How Risky Is It, Really? Why Our Fears Don’t Always Match the Facts.” A book written by David Ropeik, with a book review by Mayer Nudell, CSC
“How to Measure Risk Perception” an article written by Rick Jones
“Risk” as posted on the Wikipedia — the free encyclopedia
“Breaking Down Risk” an article written by Rick Jones
Please add other content materials that you may have found valuable in assisting the risk management objectives within your own organization’s business continuity or organizational resiliency planning team. Thank you.