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Risk Intelligence: a Centre for Risk Research discussion document

Risk Intelligence: a Centre for Risk Research discussion document
Risk Intelligence: a Centre for Risk Research discussion document
This discussion document asks whether risk management should seek to mature as a more proactive organisational function offering capability for audacious non-routine engagement with non-routine threat involving competitive or other hostile ill will by persons or groups towards organisations. This concern leads it to contemplate how risk management might develop forms of vigilance and investigation which actively explore the social world well beyond the radar scope currently associated with the risk profession. More fully, this central question can be expressed in terms of how risk management might focus more towards providing effective early warning against - and exante engagement with – threats rooted in ill will towards organisations.The first half of this discussion document will explore this idea using the metaphor of an enhanced ‘risk radar’ for organisations. The second half will continue the discussion on a more practical level by looking at how the risk radar can gather and process ‘risk intelligence’ to create the ‘risk intelligent’ organisation.
risk intelligence, risk radar, competitive intelligence
University of Southampton
Marshall, Alasdair
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Marshall, Alasdair , Johnson, Johnnie, Dawson, Ian, Lin, Fenfang and MaCrae, Claire (eds.) (2017) Risk Intelligence: a Centre for Risk Research discussion document University of Southampton 16pp.

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Abstract

This discussion document asks whether risk management should seek to mature as a more proactive organisational function offering capability for audacious non-routine engagement with non-routine threat involving competitive or other hostile ill will by persons or groups towards organisations. This concern leads it to contemplate how risk management might develop forms of vigilance and investigation which actively explore the social world well beyond the radar scope currently associated with the risk profession. More fully, this central question can be expressed in terms of how risk management might focus more towards providing effective early warning against - and exante engagement with – threats rooted in ill will towards organisations.The first half of this discussion document will explore this idea using the metaphor of an enhanced ‘risk radar’ for organisations. The second half will continue the discussion on a more practical level by looking at how the risk radar can gather and process ‘risk intelligence’ to create the ‘risk intelligent’ organisation.

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Published date: 13 December 2017
Keywords: risk intelligence, risk radar, competitive intelligence

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Local EPrints ID: 416471
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/416471
PURE UUID: c21e187f-68e0-4861-8bf4-1a716d013f74
ORCID for Ian Dawson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0555-9682
ORCID for Fenfang Lin: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0807-5931

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Date deposited: 20 Dec 2017 17:30
Last modified: 05 Aug 2019 00:29

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