Voici le récent rapport annuel publié par la firme Accenture portant sur l’étude de la gestion des risques à l’échelle globale. L’étude a été effectuée auprès de 450 professionnels de la gestion des risques globaux.
Les résultats montrent que la gestion des risques devient de plus en plus intégrée dans la prise de décision notamment dans la budgétisation, les investissements et les stratégies corporatives. Les risques de nature légale sont considérés comme prédominants en ces temps incertains. Le rapport présente les résultats de manière très illustré.
J’ai reproduit, ci-dessous, les quatre conclusions que les auteurs tirent de cette étude internationale. Bonne lecture.
Conclusion: Four things to do differently
Since publication of the first Accenture Global Risk Management Study in 2009,it is clear that many organizations have made great strides in developing risk management functions, but others have been left behind.
Our 2013 Global Risk Management Study finds nearly all surveyed firms give higher priority to risk management now than they did two years ago. But there is still much room for improvement.
There appear to be large gaps between expectations of the risk management function’s role in meeting broader goals and its perceived performance— for every organizational goal we surveyed. In the following pages we have provided a wealth of data and many examples of how others are addressing the various challenges to more effectively manage risk in an era of greater uncertainty.
The Report lays out in more detail the current market pressures, shares insights on how firms are leveraging the risk management function to respond to these challenges and provides data and examples of what it can mean to be a high performance risk function.
However, to provide some “sign-posts” as you read through the information, we identified four of the more significant key actions which are evidently helping organizations reach their risk capability goals for 2015.
1. Treat risk as a “people game,” developing risk staff with business acumen.
If the risk management function is to play its elevated role more effectively, it increasingly will rely on risk staff with a deep understanding of the broader business.
2. Look ahead, as new types of risks are relentless, and develop capabilities that match tomorrow’s risks.
Risk capability plans should aim to be at least in concert with the organization’s business development plans, and often should be leading, rather than lagging.
3. Manage regulation through a transformational lens.
Many industries are being forced to rethink their business models, processes, reporting and data structures to better enable effective regulatory solutions. Seeking the opportunities to align these efforts with the business change agenda can lessen future complexity.
4. Focus on insight, not just data and analytics, and develop the “human element” of risk technology.
It is important not to miss the forest for the trees: technology, data, and analytics can only have value if their insights can be put into action.
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