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risk management

Assessing risk culture: time for a more integrated approach

The assessment of risk has been dominated by a focus on perceived risk behaviours. This has its limitations, and it's time that assessment of risk-culture maturity looked beyond behaviours and gave equal recognition to how organisations determine accountabilities for risk and the tools and processes that enable, support -- and sometimes impede -- consideration of risk in decision-making. Read More

Building a smarter organisation with analytics and AI

Artificial Intelligence is now mainstream, fuelling more and more aspects of business and day-to-day life but how can data-driven innovation be brought to life and put into action to resolve real problems that government agencies and departments face on a daily basis? Read More

Bringing intelligence to government decision-making

For government, being able to streamline or automate high frequency, low risk decisions is at a critical stage. Faced with a flood of information, government departments, public sector leaders and executive groups are exploring new decision-making techniques and tools. Read More

Building trust in digital government

Public agencies need to understand they are custodians, not the owners, of data and information they collect from their customers and citizens, according to experts at a Mandarin information management seminar exploring the importance of information governance for the public sector, in a digital world. Read More

Psychology of change key to driving digital innovation

Government needs to shift from being a transformation laggard to being a catalyst for change. This requires agencies to change how they consider risk and an appreciation of the leadership role government can take in the broader economy, to fuel innovation and economic development in the digital era. Read More