Top 10 op risks 2019: organisational change

Missteps during strategic change open up a grab bag of different risks

Organisational change – sometimes called ‘strategic execution risk’ – refers to the variety of potential hitches that can occur in the midst of any transition: switching to a new system from an old one, new strategic objectives, adjustments to new management edifices, errors or just bad decisions. And so on.

The catalyst can come from any number of directions – mergers or acquisitions, divisional reorganisations, a strategic change in business mix. Unfortunately for financial firms, none of

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