When the financial crisis of 2008 hit, businesses, regulators, stakeholders and industry in general were forced to sit up and take notice because everybody felt the pain. Glaring deficiencies in the way things were done, became obvious. What also became obvious was that the way things were was not ideal,
Risk permeates everything, and extends far beyond cost, affecting workers’ safety, the firm’s security in respect of its operating systems, even its governance and the effects of its operations on the environment. More companies are beginning to proactively apply ERM principles to the management of their risks, and are finding
Even the best laid plans can go wrong; there is never absolute certainty about the outcome of a project. Project risk management should be applied from the very beginning of a project for a variety of reasons. Every project is unique, even if they are undertaken by the same team,
Should those in the C-Suite be concerned when it comes to cybersecurity? The short answer: yes. There is no denying that being in the C-Suite signals that an executive has “arrived” and is among the movers and shakers of the organisation. But most people tend to see the perks that
With the latest version of the Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance (MCCG 2021), the focus of corporate governance has shifted more concertedly to the aspect of CARE. This was evident from the previous iteration of the Code but the sharper focus of MCCG 2021 is intended to build stakeholder confidence.
Project Management (PM) generally covers the management of the tools and resources, including talent, skills, techniques and knowledge, that a project requires. It involves the planning and management of all matters relating to the project in order that the project is successfully completed, or attains its stated objectives. Project managers
Found in more than 140 countries today, codes of corporate governance were originally developed to complement the regulations already existing in their respective jurisdictions, in the areas of corporate law, regulations and governance. They were fairly flexible so as not to stifle business, yet strict enough to keep organisations responsible
Knowing what to keep an eye out for where cybersecurity is concerned, is always helpful. But matters tend to become complicated when a real virus is added to the virtual ones already in circulation. Compounding the matter is the sudden spike in the volume of people now working from home.