Failure Is Part of Success

Its the final day of ‘Risk Inspirations’ Week. We close with the wise words of Peter Drucker: “People who don’t take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. People who do take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year.” Our final TEDx video vignette is from one of the greatest sports […]

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Failing Your Way to Success

It’s day 4 of Risk Inspirations Week. Today’s inspiration is about career choices, and what are you willing to risk to achieve your next milestone. LeSean Jones is an unknown fella to many but his journey to risk carving a platform started with new networks, courageous transport to a new land, and a willingness to […]

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Re-thinking failure

Day three of Risk Inspirations Week. When failure happens in business, there’s always two paths to respond- hide or take the spotlight to recover. Either way there’s an opportunity to respond and define your lessons. In this video, Barbara Corcoran, an American businesswoman, investor, speaker, consultant, syndicated columnist, author, and television personality including the widely popular ABC […]

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Are People Hopeless When It Comes to Risk?

It’s day 2 of Risk Inspirations Week. Today, we explore risk literacy. We each will have a different answer to that question I suspect. What I do know is that people aren’t born stupid. What happens is that stupid things can happen when no actionable information is present.  In the aftermath of the modern world’s […]

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Risk Inspirations Week

For the Risk Manager at larger corporations, your role is essential, complex, and not always understood. Your role and your results are the essence of competitiveness in a dynamic marketplace. It is in that spirit that we begin “Risk Inspirations Week by RJD Risk Management.” This week will be a series of thought-provoking vignettes from […]

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Firewalls & Waterbuckets Required

Today’s backdrop of easy technology access has improved lives and businesses in numerous ways. Firewalls were standard but they are no longer ‘sure proof,’ no matter the cost of security invested. Now water buckets are also required for successful business operations; these water buckets are the new prioritization process that it takes for businesses to protect […]

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Risk Management Best-In-Class: Diamond Risk Reduction System

If your goal is to remove the blind-spots from your business and soar to the ‘best-in-class’ of your  industry, the Diamond Risk Reduction System® must be part of your plan. This is a 7-step proprietary process developed by Forensic Risk Consultant, Rick Dalrymple, along with his Innovative Thought Leaders at IOA Risk Services. The process starts […]

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New Friends for CyberSecurity

Breaches in cyber-security has rocked many U.S. businesses. What are the options to go forward?  The White House is orchestrating new friends and private partners to protect assets. A new agency, The Cyber Intelligence Integration Center , will become a new entity to facilitate investigations, coordinate and connect the appropriate dots that leverage the superior […]

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IRS Rehires Previous Fired Employees

Most businesses do not ignore this many warning signs in just one area of the proprietary Px4 process that I consult and speak about in conferences,  and I’m super glad about that. Yet, I wake up every day still wondering about how many I can help avoid the mistakes that negatively impact their business. I […]

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In Case You Missed It – Updates for OSHA Recordkeeping

OSHA Safety Cornerstones Fall 2014 (Click for official OSHA Newsletter) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated their rule in regards to recordkeeping. The new rule includes two key changes effective January 1, 2015. Establishments under federal OSHA jurisdiction must begin to comply with the new requirements on January 1, 2015. Establishments located in […]

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