"Risk Registers" in Progressive Organizations

SGLocky
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Hello Everyone,

an organization I am working with is really pushing its senior people to populate and manage a traditional risk register. There is something about this practice that seems to be the antithesis of a progressive approach to management. It is creating a culture where everyone is constantly asking what might go wrong. I'm observing that this then translates into defensiveness and fear of taking actual risks.

But then a corporate risk register is standard practice.

Has anyone any views on this tension?

Thanks, Stephen

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