In 2022, global industries were forced to adapt and respond to a growing list of emerging risks and disasters. This past year, strides have been made to amplify the adoption of new technology, expand the talent pool and adopt innovative, data-driven, risk management strategies. For 2023, the risk landscape is expected to change faster than most organizations can manage - leaving executives and risk managers struggling with the question: “How can I make my organization more resilient?”
In 2021, all industries are facing pressures to adapt and respond to a growing list of emerging risks and disasters. The last year has seen strides to amplify technology use, broaden the talent pool, and adopt innovative, data-driven, risk mitigation strategies. The 2022 risk landscape is changing faster than most organizations can keep up with, leaving executives and risk managers with the question: “How can I make my organization more resilient?”
This week we're pleased to feature a guest post from Shannon Devane. Shannon is a ClearRisk user and also the Risk Manager at the City of Vaughn, Ontario.
Full disclosure – I am not an Information Technology Specialist nor a Business Analyst. In fact, I’m a Risk Manager ‘moonlighting’ in software implementation and development. My background involves various areas of insurance, risk, and claims, primarily in the Public Sector. Throughout my career, I have been involved in several large software purchases and designs. From a large, multi-organization project to one catered to a specific group of clients with a single municipal implementation on the side, I have come away from each project feeling more confident and knowledgeable.