17
Sep 18

Understanding Risk Management in the Public Sector

Author:Ash Natesh

Risk management is at the forefront of corporate governance in public sector organisations. The structures, processes, corporate values, culture and behaviour are all paradigms of a business that need continual risk assessment. It is important for a government organisation to find the perfect fit for managing risk. A typical risk management process in a public … Continue reading Understanding Risk Management in the Public Sector

30
Aug 18

Latest News: Risk Management in Australia

Author:Ash Natesh

Risk remains the same in the public sector?! Has there really been no change? Find out how to employ data-driven methods for risk measurement, encourage organisational engagement to foster innovation and positive risk culture.  See what the experts have to say. Councils failing to act on biggest risks: Report Author: Georgia Clark, Government News Infrastructure, … Continue reading Latest News: Risk Management in Australia

22
Aug 18

Meet icare’s ‘Chief Risky Dude’ – A spotlight on 2017’s RMIA Risk Manager of the Year

When Gavin Pearce started at icare NSW, the organisation was all but 3 months old. icare at this stage did not even have a risk management framework or strategy in place. It was Gavin’s job to design, implement and maintain an effective, fit for purpose risk management strategy and framework from scratch. When asked whether … Continue reading Meet icare’s ‘Chief Risky Dude’ – A spotlight on 2017’s RMIA Risk Manager of the Year

25
Apr 18

Build a culture of accepting risk through workplace values & behaviours

Risk assessments are vital to effective governance and compliance.  The very notion of effective compliance and risk management is built upon an understanding of what risks an organisation is willing to tolerate, and at what level. But what if your organisational culture was a risk in itself? As a risk manager, are you aware of … Continue reading Build a culture of accepting risk through workplace values & behaviours

23
Aug 16

The journey towards a positive risk culture

A positive risk culture is essential to create a less risk averse and more innovative environment in Australia’s public sector. The aim is not to eliminate risk, but rather to have active, ongoing and responsive risk management. But developing this active and responsive risk culture takes time. It requires ongoing commitment and a continuous improvement … Continue reading The journey towards a positive risk culture