Strategic Decision Making and Risk

The International Risk Podcast is what you need to listen to in order to understand what you are most nervous about for the future of your organisation. The International Risk Podcast has the best international risk experts from around the world speaking about the risk topics most critical to business and government leaders. We answer those questions that don’t have an obvious answer.

The International Risk Podcast will help you understand the complex and transformational issues related to your strategy, your future development, and how your organisation understands risk, manage crisis, makes decisions and implements plans. Our guests help you understand the issues that can impact your operations, and support you to focus on what will make the most difference, and how to make it happen. 

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The International Risk Podcast helps listeners anticipate, identify, and shape the major themes affecting their areas of responsibility. These are the many risk trends shaping the successful organisations of the future and each risk has the potential to drive massive transformation, and bring with it great opportunities. Together, the effect will be huge.

As life speeds up, there’s really no time to delay – start listening to The International Risk Podcast today and ensure you subscribe to ensure you always have the latest podcast episodes in your feed. It is important to us that our content supports better and faster decisions, so if you are genuine about being agile, informed, and confident, then this is the podcast for you.

We’re here to challenge you, in a positive way. So we’ll ask difficult questions and our guests will provide the answers that you need. The International Risk Podcast is the world’s leading international risk podcast because we turn big conversations into practical action.

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