Somewhere over the rainbow

Life will be easier and simpler one day but not in the foreseeable future given current circumstances. So since individually we do not think the same way or indeed the same thing, how do you as an organisation justify your collective decisions to the people who you count on for your continued existence?

Presumably you use accepted management methods to analyse factors affecting the current internal and external  environments in which your organisation operates such as SWOT or PESTLE, but you still need to continuously test their reliability because risk and uncertainty are dynamic in nature and effect.

Can we suggest you need to develop a better understanding of how volatile things are, test your assumptions against independent and objective outside points of view, check how credible the  facts and data upon which you make decisions are, understand the extremes and parameters of uncertainty,  think about how to look for the unintended consequences of risks  being taken, so that in the end of the decision making process you ensure meaningful and positive results for all concerned.

We can help you in your risk based decision making with our proprietary methods of risk management.

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About Guy Taylor

I am a risk, strategy & innovation management researcher and a leading edge thinker. I have a strong technical background and entrepreneurial ethos, plus I am a proven innovator of new business models. I have a good knowledge of Insurance, Energy & Natural Resources, Public, Pharmaceutical, Financial Service & third sectors, having worked with FTSE, and various government agencies. After a career break to obtain my Masters degree in Insurance & Risk Management, in 2000 I founded Treseder & Company, a private management consultancy practice advising in the public and private sectors. My specialties are: Systems thinking and Systemic risk, Scenario analysis, Risk Identification methodologies, Strategy and Innovation, Futures thinking, and Horizon scanning. I launched in 2010
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