Systemic Risk Intelligence
Make decisions based on systemic indicators that enable people to exercise their judgement.
What is it?
Systemic risk intelligence is the capability to see, understand and respond to hidden, subtle, systemic or emergent causes of uncertainty long before they become a future crisis.
How do you obtain ‘systemic risk intelligence’?
The Systemic Risk Intelligence Framework is a structured approach that enables leaders and organisations continually build systemic risk intelligence as an integral part of business-as-usual work.
It has five elements that work together to enable continuous capability improvement even while you get on with “business-as-usual”.
‘Systemic Risk Leadership’ is a crucial starting point – nothing good happens without leadership. However, in our experience, the problems at this level are significant. How can we allude to this?
However the core of the framework are Lead Systems-Capability Feedback. Without feedback on how well organisational systems are set up for future needs, even the best leaders can only guess what to work on.
Supporting this is a Systemic Enterprise Risk Management (SERM) framework for effective management of risk in complex environments.