Secret Recipe for Risk Managers: Becoming a Valuable Risk Manager
Secret Recipe for Risk Managers is a very practical how-to-guide about risk management. The guide was designed and written by risk management practitioners with years of experience working across Europe and Asia-Pacific. The steps and recommendations provided in the guide are very specific and actionable and are designed to help risk managers raise the risk awareness and buy-in across their organizations. The recommendations provided in the guide are grouped into three core areas: driving risk culture, integrating risk management into business and becoming a trusted risk advisor.
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