Although addressing the risks associated with COVID-19 was top of mind in 2020, companies, organizations and communities still needed to address how they can efficiently train teams to respond to other risks that could affect operations.
VComply, a leading GRC management platform, announced the close of a preemptive $6 million Series A in funding from Counterpart Ventures and Accel, which will help further fuel the company's go to market operations in the US.
To emerge stronger and optimize their risk management strategies in 2021, business leaders need to stay current on changing needs and trends.
The degree of risk, in combination with the amount of feedback, determines how decision-makers and the people who carry out their decisions react to failure.
The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted business cycles, creating unforeseen changes to everyday operations and upending partnerships. As a result, risk management has become more important than ever.
One of the most difficult challenges for business leaders is maintaining good interpersonal relations in the workplace. The problem is magnified if senior managers or the business owners themselves are the ones behaving poorly.
Your ability as a professional is judged by the decisions you make. When making important business decisions, risk is a constant factor. Unfortunately, many businesses maintain a culture where failure is not tolerated, causing many employees to fear it.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, safety training experts Bridgette Wilder (City of Memphis) and Fred Stawitz share their tips on making safety training engaging, the role of training in risk management and mitigation, and emerging...