An organisation’s ability to manage risk effectively depends on its intentions and its capacity to achieve those intentions. These are defined in its risk management framework, as part of its system of governance and management.
After many years of practical experience in reviewing, evaluating and enhancing frameworks for risk management in organisations, Broadleaf believes that the keys to success lie as much in the manner in which any changes to a framework are developed and implemented as they do in the detail of the tools and written materials generated. We strongly recommend a carefully-structured change management process, where key internal stakeholders are engaged and involved in a facilitated review, gap analysis and evaluation, before developing a clear and practical plan for implementing changes to enhance risk management performance.
We draw upon our considerable experience, across a wide range of industries, to develop workable solutions where we identify that improvements can be made.