The Post’s Backstory
Over the last week or so, I’ve been contemplating the information I’ve seen on the web about business risk management. I’m pleased about the growing knowledge base that can be specifically applied by small and medium sized businesses. There is a downside, though. Most of the information is in snippets – blog posts of 400 to 800 words and tweets of 140 characters or less. I could see where the seemingly random collection of information might be confusing or overwhelming for a business trying to figure out how to implement risk management. Thus the “10 Steps…” post.
I’m under no illusion that my one little post will provide all that’s needed to successfully implement a risk management process for your business. I do hope, however, that it provides a sort of checklist or roadmap you can use to step down the path without false starts and distractions. I know the list would have helped me when I started my first business.
Check Out the Website
I’d encourage you to follow @ClearRisk if you’re not already. And please take a few minutes to explore the ClearRisk website. It has a huge amount of great information, waiting just for you and that special business owner/manager in your life.
Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in ClearRisk. I haven’t received any compensation or freebies from them either. I just like the site and they let me play in their sandbox!
I look forward to reading your comments on the guest post. See you there!
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