August 12th 2020

Radical Uncertainty – Decision Making for an Unknowable Future

These slides are from the PARC Zoom event, Radical Uncertainty, held on 12th August 2020. John Kay discusses uncertainty and whether it is resolvable or radical. He also explores the ambiguity of language and negated risk.

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August 13th 2020

Post Meeting Notes: Radical Uncertainty

These post meeting notes summarise the key outcomes from the PARC virtual event, Radical Uncertainty with John Kay. Uncertainty is a word we hear a lot in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. For many of us in business the future has rarely looked so complex and unpredictable. The publication of John Kay’s book Radical Uncertainty, coauthored with former Bank of England governor Mervyn King, could hardly have been more timely.

  • Tags
  • Uncertainty
  • Planning
  • Coronavirus
  • Coronavirus Crisis
  • Crisis Management
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July 8th 2020

Post Meeting Notes – How Culture Impacts Attitudes to Risk

At a Zoom event on 8th July, Professor Anette Mikes, from the Oxford Saïd Business School, led a webinar for PARC members where she discussed attitudes to the level and nature of risk people are prepared to take and how this will vary between national and organisational cultures.

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  • Risk
  • Risk Factors
  • Culture
  • Coronavirus
  • Coronavirus Crisis
  • COVID-19
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July 8th 2020

How Culture Impacts Attitudes to Risk with Prof. Anette Mikes

On 8th July 2020, PARC members gathered for How Culture Impacts Attitudes to Risk, a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor Anette Mikes from the Oxford Saïd Business School led the discussion with insights into attitudes and the nature of risks people are prepared to take varying between national and organisational cultures.

  • Tags
  • Risk
  • Culture
  • COVID-19
  • Coronavirus
  • Risk Factors
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September 5th 2011

Reward Governance: Reviewing for Risk - September 2011

Directors and RemCo members may have considered the reputational or publicity risks of (excessive) executive remuneration, but increasingly they need to pay attention to the other risks implicit in reward policies and programmes.

  • Tags
  • Risk
  • Risk Audit
  • Risk Factors
  • Governance
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