Even the oldest of monarchs should move with the times.
To celebrate a decade of blogging, here is a gift of ten posts that helped to define our discipline and how we approach it.
Which articles grabbed the attention of your peers? These ten posts topped the Commsrisk charts during November.
Finance and Procurement functions are working more closely together, but not everything they do delivers value in the long run.
The 10-week ‘reverse survey’ yielded surprising results. Practitioners were more worried about the death of classic controls than the threat to jobs posed by new technology.
The popularity of the absurd characters in the alternative RAFM universe has led WeDo to sign a new deal with the artist who draws them.
New visitors from India created a surge of traffic for articles published later in the month. These were the ten most popular posts worldwide.
New risk and assurance leaders are emerging, as shown by the judges giving prizes to an African professional and an Arab telco.
The penultimate installment of this 10-part series explores whether deep learning will be used to cut staff costs or augment human expertise.
The series continues with the thorny question of whether RAFM is helped or hindered by the need to comply with external rules.