Better Futures is not just a textbook on risk management. It provides a new perspective to help you embed risk management into your organisation in a more natural way; the aim is to ensure you maximise your opportunity to enjoy ‘better futures’ rather than worse ones, taking account of the many facets of uncertainty you and your organisation face.
This book deconstructs every aspect of ‘common practice’ risk management and rebuilds it into a structure which is more logical and better adapted to embedding in organisations. It uses a single management model to examine three layers of risk management: how we do it naturally, how we recognise it in our processes and how we adopt it within formal governance.
This narrative emphasises the importance of an appropriate risk culture and the need to take account of the formal disciplines of decision and game theory.