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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:35.

The buzz is building over the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 31000 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines on Implementation. After years of hashing things over, the final standard is expected soon (the ISO website shows a release date of June 30, 2009). The reason a lot of people are excited about ISO 31000 is that it brings together a global consensus on risk management condensed into about 20 pages of information. All forms of risks such as financial, security, safety, health, and environment are included. "Not pursuing an opportunity" is also a risk. According to the standard, risk is not always negative, but simply viewed as the "effect of uncertainty on achievement of objectives." Risk management process
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 00:34.

The buzz is building over the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 31000 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines on Implementation. After years of hashing things over, the final standard is expected soon (the ISO website shows a release date of June 30, 2009). The reason a lot of people are excited about ISO 31000 is that it brings together a global consensus on risk management condensed into about 20 pages of information. All forms of risks such as financial, security, safety, health, and environment are included. "Not pursuing an opportunity" is also a risk. According to the standard, risk is not always negative, but simply viewed as the "effect of uncertainty on achievement of objectives."
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By GSMIweb on 21-Apr-10 22:49.

As part of Cura's continuing Executive eBriefing Series on Enterprise Risk Management, we hosted a live Web based presentation and open Q&A session in December 2008 for our clients and friends. This month's session featured Mr. Grant Purdy, a nominated expert on the ISO working group which recently wrote ISO 31000, the new global standard for Risk Management. Developed in concert over the last 3½ years by over 30 ISO member organizations worldwide, ISO 31000 is arguably the most concise, clear, flexible set of guidelines ever developed for risk management. Mr. Purdy discussed with our audience how ISO 31000 represents a durable, flexible framework for developing a solid risk management culture in all forms and sizes of organizations. Incidentally, in our experience, we have never seen a more lively, attentive and engaged online audience for any topic like we had for this one. Officials from a broad array of industries were treated to a thoroughly informative dialogue. Here we present some of the fascinating highlights of the Q&A session with Mr. Purdy and our audience. We hope you find it helpful.
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