The ISO 9001:2015 standard places a great deal of emphasis on using risk to drive processes and make decisions. The old mindset of using corrective actions to deal with adverse events has been replaced with the risk-driven approach, aiming to prevent it from happening rather than recovering from it once it happens. For those that are new to risk management, however, this can be a challenging shift.
Not only do business leaders need to understand the latest standards, they need to understand the role of risk and the tools available to them to help manage risk.
This post will consider 5 risk tools that you can use to leverage risk management within your organization.Read More