Archive | March, 2014

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You Should Add “Ego Risk” to the Risks You Are Managing

Most companies have begun to see risk management as a separate and important discipline worthy of dedicated resources and specialized skills. We now recognize a much broader array of risk areas and look beyond financial risk to market risk, technical risk, and key person risk. There has recently also been increased focus on information security […]

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Don’t Argue With Your Team, Argue FOR Your Viewpoint

The best teams argue within a framework of collaboration. They understand the value of bringing different points of view to solving a problem and the importance of arguing in a way that builds trust rather than undermines it. Here are ten steps to building a collaborative environment for productive arguments.  Don’t argue WITH each other, […]

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