When our job is to manage risk, it can be easy to because risk adverse. Our default position can be ‘no’ to any form of change.
From the Blog on risk
We put a fence up in the garden keeping rabbits out of the vegetable garden. However, it also functions well as a squirrel highway.
The task of change makers is to de-risk change as much as possible. And yes, it is risky and so is staying the course.
10 things feels too much, so here are 3 things project teams should focus on to reduce digital risk and harm for the project participants?
It’s not always easy to identify potential risks and harms that exist when you collect data. Here’s a simple, and practical resource to help.
Digital and data provide significant opportunities for us to improve our projects, however, it also comes with risks.
We approach risk in digital transformation with a similar attitude to boarding airplanes, ‘It won’t happen to me.’
Risks and harms are not the same thing. Risks and harms are a real part of digital transformation – both are possible and actually happen.
Most of us carry with us the ‘it won’t happen to me’ bias, but here’s the thing – harm is always possible when it comes digital and data.