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THE ANATOMY OF RISK

Published: 30 May 2017 Average Rating: 3 / 5 Print
 

Author: Magda Stepanyan, The Risk Doctor Partnership

It is clearly important for us to understand the nature of a risk properly if we are to manage it effectively. Many people only consider a limited number of risk characteristics, leading to a limited ability to manage risk. Effective risk management requires a deeper understanding.

One way to improve understanding is to explore the "anatomy of risk". Anatomy can be defined as "separating or dividing into parts for detailed examination." If we separate and divide risk into its constituent parts, we find seven elements. Four of these relate to the nature of the risk itself, and three are connected to people.

 

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