You needn’t be a seer or sage to perceive risk—it’s as predictable and devastating as a Florida hurricane and as far-reaching as a corporate scandal. But you do need to be a visionary to see the underside of the risk coin. This side represents opportunity, competitiveness, and growth. Find out why insight into managing two types of risk, rewarded and unrewarded, can help you explore opportunities for growth and profit.
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be appended to that description. “Risk,” as we have defined it above, comes in two flavors, rewarded and unrewarded. If a company only focuses on one aspect of risk, as do most, it is ignoring an area of significant concern and thus not truly being risk-intelligent. And, finally, “Management” implies a certain level of efficiency and effectiveness of activity. But if companies have neither the entire organization in line nor the full spectrum of risks covered, “management” seems like an