To anyone paying attention, uncertainty is becoming more intense with each passing day it seems. And in this particular moment, supply chain bottlenecks and shortages are fueling much of this uncertainty. I think you’ll agree – besides seeing masks everywhere, one of the most visible and ubiquitous signs of the COVID-19 pandemic over the last…Read More
Updated September 24, 2019 Soon after establishing this blog in the fall of 2016, I published a post outlining differences between traditional risk management and enterprise risk management (ERM). It has since become one of the most popular posts here and a good starting point for those just learning about ERM. Much has changed since…Read More
It’s no secret that running a restaurant is hard… My husband’s grandfather, who was a successful business owner, told him that if a restaurant breaks even in 3 years, they’re doing really well. For some reason, his statement has stuck over the years, and it is something I think about frequently, especially since I started…Read More
The Situation Hurricane Hermine started making her impression on Tallahassee in the evening of Thursday, September 1, 2016. Only a few hours into the storm, approximately 130,000 in the Tallahassee region lost power, including almost 70,000 customers of the City of Tallahassee public utility. As of 4:30pm on Tuesday, September 6, 10,000 of those same…Read More
As an enterprise risk management consultant, my goal – and a real passion! – is ensuring companies have the tools they need to identify and properly manage threats and opportunities to business objectives ... Read More
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