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Michelle Tuveson

Assessing risk

New book Beyond Bad Apples looks at how organisations manage their risk culture, which is timely as firms examine their ethos on racial and gender issues. A new book entitled Beyond Bad Apples focuses on the role of organisations in managing…

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Financial Times: Is it safe? How to handle risks you cannot easily calculate

Dr Michelle Tuveson and Professor Danny Ralph of the Centre for Risk Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School, comment on how the coronavirus crisis will change the way companies approach risk assessment. Professor Ralph said most businesses “didn’t think of stress…

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Strategic Risk Europe: Traditional risk management concerns prevail in global corporations

Traditional financial benchmarks, not much-publicised issues such as environment, are the top concerns of senior risk managers, says a new report from the Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Institute for Risk Management. Dr…

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Traditional risk management concerns prevail in global corporations

Traditional financial and operational performance top global risk management concerns over the next 12 months, while much-publicised issues such as environment, tax and diversity lag well behind. Traditional benchmarks such as financial and operational performance top the concerns of senior…

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Raconteur: From Brexit to festivals, tools must measure a new generation of risks

Businesses should look for new tools to measure risks. Dr Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director of the Centre for Risk Studies, comments: “Risk management and its supporting research will need to expand to address the demand for greater clarity in modelling…

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Institute of Risk Management: Hear from experts: Michelle Tuveson

Dr Michelle Tuveson, Executive Director at the Centre for Risk Studies, writes about risk management in organisations for the Institute of Risk Management Risk Agenda 2025. “The lessons learned by society, firms and other stakeholders should be that scenarios of…

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Strategic Risk: Waging war on big business

Governments, activists, shareholders and consumers are lining up to attack major companies. “Multinational corporations face numerous threats to their business by merely having global footprints. The obvious opportunities are shadowed by risks that may very well be existential to a…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Scenarios useful in planning for risks

Michelle Tuveson from Cambridge Judge’s Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies writes about the Centre’s latest research which outlines plausible scenarios in planning for risks. Read the full article[Cambridge Business Magazine]  …

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Financial Times: Diversity is the way to avoid cyber collapse

In a recent discussion at a Cambridge Chief Risk Officer Council event, one bank official asked: “Why should a bank be worried about systemic risk? Its own risk should be its only focus.” The remark captures the tension between the…

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