A recent Harvard Business Review article, authored by Karim R. Lakhani, focuses on the concept of crowdsourcing and how it is being used as an innovation starter by a number of organizations to tackle strategic problems. For Risk Management leaders, it's a powerful opportunity and tool to seek the skills of the crowd in identifying and managing some of the organization’s most important strategic risks.
Crowdsourcing is all about people coming together to work to achieve goals and solve problems. It's a neologism, composed of “crowd” and “outsourcing", that has its origins in the field of open innovation and describes the outsourcing of work and creative processes to the masses of Internet users. In the field of Risk Management, the outsourcing process meets the challenges of both risk identification and monitoring. It can not only assist with risk identification, but it also provides valuable insights that trigger powerful solutions risk management programs may not have previously considered :
Conceptual Risk Framework by Dr. Michael Gebert, crowd mentor network
Risk Focus uncertainty declaration form
Risk management teams find benefits of crowdsourcing in managing high speed and emerging strategic risks. In times of limited resources and possible future adverse risk events. Oganizations whose risk management programs call upon crowdsourcing find themselves better positioned to manage these types of risks. At Risk Focus, we used this innovative approach to help you :
✔︎ Better identify risks and opportunities by crowdsourcing them
✔︎ Keep the crowd engaged by assigning actions for every declared uncertainty
✔︎ Monitor and improve performance with executive dashboards
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