Risk management incubation is the most powerful role any organization can perform in the risk management space.
We all agree children need to be safer from sexual abuse than they are today but mandatory SAM risk management standards are not the answer to making children safer.
Mandatory standards provide a safe harbour for minimum standards and organizations determined to adopt minimum standards rarely even achieve those.
Fortunately SAM is rare but organizations are under more extreme time and resource pressure than ever.
This means they need greater incentives than compliance with minimum standards or to make rare events even rarer to invest in better SAM risk management.
As we write this, in August 2020, many organizations will be considering […]
Every sexual abuse and misconduct (SAM) risk manager we have met has, […]
Rarely does an urgent need to change coincide with an outstanding opportunity […]
This article, from McKinsey, is the most exciting article I have yet […]
How SAM risk has changed – and how it is a bigger […]
The nature of sexual abuse and misconduct (SAM) risk is changing. So […]
The Church will remain rooted in the sex abuse crisis until the collection and analysis of reliable sexual abuse and misconduct (SAM) risk data eliminates subjective, diverse, and often flawed risk management decision making and enables the widespread deployment of objective SAM risk management best practices.
That data will matter to risk managers and insurers is obvious. What to datafy and how to datafy are the real challenges.