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Dynamic Risk

The risk of loss resulting from changes in culture, taste or policy. For example, if one sells only black socks in the United States, one takes the dynamic risk that no one will buy black socks after Labor Day. Likewise, if one sells for-profit insurance, one takes the dynamic risk that the government will ban this type of insurance. It is related to political risk, but primarily connotes cultural changes.
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The firm is doing this by implementing an operational excellence management system -- a business-focused strategy for safety and security that Kumar says will help Enoc "step up" to evolving and dynamic risks. The process started two years ago and is due for completion in 2025.
This enhancement is one of a series of investments CNA has made to provide agents and their customers with tools, products and services that make it easier to manage the dynamic risks of small businesses.
"This dynamic risks future competitive success in the generic market as generic drag manufacturers may be forced to maximize economies of scale and consolidate themselves."
"The US is responding to Chinese activities with increased over-flights and sailings near the disputed territories, to signal that it will not accept unilateral assertions of sovereignty in the South China Sea." The current dynamic risks "tensions and bad outcomes," he said.
Unfortunately, positive guides to behavior are of little practical use in an environment where decisions are about emergent and dynamic risks. In such an environment, where insurers compete, guides to behavior are also extremely difficult to enforce.
ERM programs that do not address emerging and dynamic risks for potential implications on their organizations also may not be fully informing decision-makers.
Amid complex and dynamic risks, many internal audit groups update their risk assessments and audit plans more than once a year.
As many of the dynamic risks for sexual offense behavior are related to interpersonal behaviors, skills, or interactions, the therapeutic relationship is a prime context in which salient reinforcement and punishment can be delivered on clinically relevant behavior.
"Given the dynamic nature of the threat environment and the rate that vulnerabilities are being discovered in computer systems, novel techniques for properly mitigating dynamic risks are a key part of our research program," said Julie Lefebvre, Network Information Operations, Defence R&D Canada.
Dynamic risks can be taken in Symphony Hall, from the barest whisper to the fullest sound, but not here.
Many firms find themselves in a similar transition today, from managing stable, fixed-asset businesses to more fluid, knowledge-based organizations that bring their own set of dynamic risks.
They believe that the importance of the risk management process in discovering and evaluating dynamic risks has not been properly recognized by many organizations.
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