Risk Management Blog - ClearRisk

How to Build a Risk Map

Posted by Rebecca Webb on Tue, Dec 19, 2017 @ 15:12 PM

What are risk maps, and how do you build one? A risk map is built by plotting the frequency of a risk on the y-axis of the chart and the severity on the x-axis. Frequency is how likely the risk is or how often you think it will occur; severity is how much of an impact it would have if it did happen. The higher a risk ranks for these qualities, the more threatening it is to your organization.

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Topics: Risk Management Process, risk mapping, Risk Map, business risk management, how to map risks, how to make risk maps

The Importance of Risk Mapping

Posted by Rebecca Webb on Tue, Dec 12, 2017 @ 15:12 PM

Why should your organization be using risk maps? Building a risk map brings valuable benefits. You will have a thorough understanding of your risk environment and how individual risks compare to one another. You can use this to strategically prioritize your risks and determine where to use your limited resources.

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Topics: Risk Management Process, risk mapping, Risk Map, business risk management

You've Identified Risks... Now What?

Posted by Rebecca Webb on Tue, Oct 10, 2017 @ 15:10 PM

You’ve successfully identified the risks that are facing your organization. (If you’re just joining us, check out our blog post from last week!) But now what? Risk management isn’t just about figuring out what risks there are: you have to know what to do about them and create a thorough plan for staying on top.

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Topics: Risk Management Process, frequency and severity of risk, risk monitoring, risk analysis, business risk management

6 Ways to Identify Risks in Your Organization

Posted by Rebecca Webb on Wed, Oct 4, 2017 @ 15:10 PM

Whether you realize it or not, you’re probably employing some kind of risk management in your organization already. As you conduct business, you develop procedures over time to make sure things don’t go wrong. Conducting a risk management plan is simply about formalizing that process and being able to devote your resources more effectively.

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Topics: Risk Management Process, identifying risk, how to identify risk, business risk management