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Human Risk 2: A Much Bigger Risk Than Most People Think

Human Risk 2:  A Much Bigger Issue Than Most People Think

This is the second in a series of articles on Human Risk. The first can be found here.

It has been one week since the first article on human risk and the feedback has been more than interesting. Some believe that the management of human risk begins and ends with recruitment, retention and promotion, the traditional HR view of human risk. Others acknowledge that human risk goes beyond HR considerations but also believe that managing process risk is way more important than managing human risk.

This article will emphatically illustrate why both these assertions are wrong. Continue reading

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Bank Risk Culture: Now For Something Completely Different

The following is the fourth in a series of articles on bank risk culture. The previous articles can be accessed here or by clicking the HOME tab on the blog.

Thus far in this series on bank risk culture we are beginning to understand that there is really no such thing as a separate bank or organisational risk culture and that cultural change cannot be invoked by merely adding more rules and regulations. Continue reading