New and rapidly evolving risks, such as the COVID-19 virus we are now experiencing at the local, regional and global level - are relatively unknown and unpredictable.
They are difficult to define, and difficult to measure.
Organizations, governments, research facilities and health care institutions are being stretched in ways unimagined as little as two months ago.
Reacting with the right best practices can make the difference between riding the curve - or being ridden by it.
PLAN – What’s essential? You need a pulse on hot spots, impacts and potential shifts
ACT – What’s Required? Leadership means acting, leveraging what works tactically
ADAPT – How to Align? In Tactical warfare no plan survives contact with the enemy.
Unknown-unknown” risks expose organizations to uncertainties and losses that they cannot even perceive, let alone prepare for or predict—
More importantly – they are often difficult to connect with other known risks – a critical factor as we realize the far-reaching implications of the interconnectedness of risk within your organization and extending to your global eco-system as situations unfold and evolve