Do you make complex risk management decisions?

Decision-making frameworks are a key tool to help bring transparency, consistency, and robustness to decision-making processes.  Effective frameworks give confidence to decision makers and provide a defendable record of decision making processes.

A good risk decision framework should:

  • Have clear objectives and boundaries “what is the problem we are trying to solve?”
  • Be consistent with other organisational processes and policies
  • Use data that is reasonably accessible
  • Acknowledge and manage uncertainty appropriately (known unknowns and unknown unknowns)
  • Use simple language, definitions, and processes that can be easily communicated to others
  • Enable a balanced assessment of all risks, positive and negative

We have worked with clients to support seismic strengthening prioritisation, earthquake prone building risk, and landslide exposure.

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