When Strategy Execution Marries Risk Management: A Practical Guide to Manage Strategy-to-Execution Risk [NOOK Book]

Overview

Strategy execution and risk management are intrinsically intertwined for managing strategy-to-execution risk. This practical guide describes how risk management is an inseparable guidance and control system that will enable organisations to articulate and achieve their strategic objectives and execute their chosen corporate strategy within acceptable levels of risk.

When risk management 'marries' (or is joined to) strategy execution, both management practices are united into one...

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When Strategy Execution Marries Risk Management: A Practical Guide to Manage Strategy-to-Execution Risk

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Overview

Strategy execution and risk management are intrinsically intertwined for managing strategy-to-execution risk. This practical guide describes how risk management is an inseparable guidance and control system that will enable organisations to articulate and achieve their strategic objectives and execute their chosen corporate strategy within acceptable levels of risk.

When risk management 'marries' (or is joined to) strategy execution, both management practices are united into one seamless or integrated management activity. This oneness or integration with a common purpose of achieving strategic objectives is vital for organisations to successfully execute their corporate strategy, perform well beyond expectations, and continuously meet their profitability forecast and organisational growth.

"Strategies are approved but poorly communicated. This, in turn, makes the translation of strategy into specific actions and resource plans all but impossible. Lower levels don't know what they need to do, when they need to do it, or what resources will be required to deliver the performance senior management expects. Consequently, the expected results never materialise. And because no one is held responsible for the shortfall, the cycle of under-performance gets repeated, often for many years." (Mankins and Steele, 2005)

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045437004
  • Publisher: Patrick Ow
  • Publication date: 11/12/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 763 KB

Meet the Author

Patrick Ow, an experienced risk management professional, has a keen interest in strategy execution and performance management. Having extensively worked in Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore, his specialisations include:(a) corporate planning, and strategy development and execution(b) performance management, balanced scorecard implementation, and key performance indicator development(c) integrating risk management with internal audit, planning, budgeting, and performance management and reporting.He is a member of CPA Australia, a qualified lawyer, and a certified trainer.Connect with him online: patrickow@gmail.com or linkedin.com/in/patrickow.
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