Build Sustainability and Inclusiveness Into Your Organization’s Recovery Plan
During the pandemic, much changed in the way we think of equity...
You might think it’s a bit late to consider the pandemic a future risk factor but for Carol Ann Northcott, Chief Risk Officer at the Bank of Canada, it’s all about the recovery now. In a wide-ranging interview with Carmen Rossiter, program director for SEEC’s Centre of Excellence in Governance, Risk Management and Control, Northcott […]Posted on
Carol Ann Northcott, chief risk officer for the Bank of Canada, will share her views on what lies ahead for enterprise risk managers in a post-pandemic world during a special online session this Monday. As hope grows that we are nearing an end to the Covid-19 and thoughts turn to re-opening the economy, speculation on […]Posted on
As organizations everywhere make plans for the post-Covid recovery, risk management professionals are looking at a changed landscape of risk factors, many of which were revealed by the effects of the pandemic, including the possibility of future pandemics. The world is also changing rapidly as new concerns about trade and competition combine with recovery planning […]Posted on
A global cultural shift towards addressing economic and social injustice makes it critical for organizations to examine their values and behaviours. It may be difficult to lead ethically but, in this climate of change, it is the only way to ensure organizational sustainability. When unethical behaviour is exposed, it may result in disruption to both […]Posted on
No business or industry sector is unaffected by accelerating digital transformation and profound global shifts. The current pandemic is changing how people interact with each other and the technology we use. Change isn’t just something on the horizon… it is our current reality. Adjusting to the 21st century workplace is an ongoing process of updating […]Posted on