Risk Policy is a new way of thinking about Risk in the context of Leadership, Decision-Making and Policy Formulation. Risk today is viewed as a positive concept which deals with the Future – Impacts and Implications of Decisions and Implementation Analysis of Policy. Risk Policy is separate from the process of risk management and operates at a higher and earlier organisational level. It operates before risks are identified. Risk Policy involves a paradigm shift from ‘silo’ to network engagement, obtaining stakeholder information and the consequential protection of and leveraging opportunities from vulnerabilities.
Commentary and articles by ARPI members is often featured in news articles or the online magazines of risk focused organisations. In this latest AIM publication, Tony Charge, ARPI President challenges organisations to 'Think about risk differently and make your business more resilient'.