Given the broad spectrum of risks associated with managing state and local governments of all sizes, most would agree that the risks they face have grown exponentially in the past decade. From laws and policies dictating the protection of personal data to the rise of social media which can ignite controversy in an instant, organizations must not only prepare for the worst but also take corrective action to cure known deficiencies.
Instead of focusing on crisis plans that can potentially mitigate outcomes but do little for crisis prevention, leaders and managers need a comprehensive view of their exposure across an organization.
The core problem with taking the approach of managing crises vs managing risk is the aspect of culpability and accountability for outcomes including damages, injury and even death. Does an incident result in someone being fired or charged for criminal activity? How do preventable incidents or accidents affect victims or property loss on all who are involved?
Learn how your organization can investigate, mitigate, and educate in today’s risk management landscape!
Download this webinar to hear topics such as:
• Taking an evidence-based practice management approach to risk management
• Using case management oriented tools to bring together required components of culture, process, policy and compliance
• Proactive vs. reactive solutions for managing and mitigating all identified risk factors within the organization
• Using business intelligence and analytics to predict trends and aggregate data
Chris Wilson, Business Development Manager, Public Sector, Tribridge
Mark Long, Captain (ret.), Orange County Sheriff’s Department
Will Puffer, P.E., Infrastructure Risk Consultant, Former IT Director for Harris County Public Infrastructure Division
John Nelson, Solution Specialist, Public Sector, Microsoft
Patrick Moore, Sr Fellow, Governing