Some things (like IT security) appear on the surface to be easily measurable because management teams assume they know precisely what they mean by IT security, and, therefore, what elements/aspects should be measured.
Archives for June 2010
For companies, becoming more intelligent and objective about risk is an important and necessary prelude to creating a ‘risk intelligent company culture’.
In 2010, and for the foreseeable future, risk management must be about the interdependancy of companies intangible assets because the twin luxuries of time and (geographical) space serving as buffers to allow companies times to react (adapt) to risks-threats no longer exist!
One way to increase the probability that a business investment will achieve the projected/desired returns is to address the question, are the about-to-be-invested assets’ value and materiality sustainable?
2010 versions of organizational resilience management programs must fully include a company’s intangible assets.
Investing in the development of an intangible asset focused company culture is an investment in creating future value for a company, i.e., today, it’s all about speed and having the culture in place to act identify, fully grasp, and act on available opportunities.