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When it comes to both risk management and soccer, a good offense may matter more than a solid defense. In this brief but compelling report, Bjørn Rothaus, Martin Vilsøe and Christian Mann Boserup of Implement Consulting Group use examples drawn from the strategies of successful (and not-so-successful) soccer teams to argue for changes in corporate risk management – including the need for more flexible strategies and better integration of risk management into an organization’s core processes. getAbstract recommends this report to CEOs, board members and seniors executives.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why playing offense can work as a great defense when managing risk and
  • What changes companies must make to form a “solid foundation” for an offensive approach to risk management.
 

About the Authors

Bjørn Rothaus, Martin Vilsøe and Christian Mann Boserup are experts at Implement Consulting Group, a global management consultancy firm which helps organizations “change faster and with greater impact.”

 

Summary

Risk management strategy may not feel like much of a game, but managers and executives could benefit by thinking about organizational risk management as a soccer match. Many companies approach risk management like former Norwegian national soccer coach, Egil “Drillo” Olsen, who trained his team to play...

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