In a previous blog, we have already introduced the guidelines for creating a basic bowtie diagram. Now it is time for you to apply CGE guidelines and the guidelines written in the CCPS/EI book 'Bow Ties in Risk Management' to create a usable bowtie. This concept book introduces how to create a qualified bowtie and [...]
As CGE, we really appreciate universities seeing the value of the bowtie method and practical benefits of BowTieXP. We are proud the barrier based approach is part of study programs that educate the new generation of Risk Managers. The University of Manchester has been successfully doing so with its innovative 'Essential Risk Management for Business' [...]
Last month we conducted the advanced train the trainer session in an online setting. Discover how partners experienced this online training and find out what tips they give others that want to attend the training. Attend a train the trainer session? Learn more.
Learning about risk management by playing games? Yes! Starting this week, we kick off with a brand new blog series in which we will ask guests to blog about their field of expertise. All these experts have designed a game or toolkit to provide fun learning. From now on you can expect a new blog [...]
A Mining Guest Blog Series by Jim Joy – Part 13: Defining accountabilities and the reporting process
Welcome to the 13th article in a series. This article will discuss establishing accountabilities and a reporting system so that the critical controls are effectively managed. As mentioned in previous articles, the Critical Control Management (CCM) process includes good practice risk assessment and analysis methods, plus an important greatly improved ingredient; more systematic management. The [...]
In this video we show in BowtieXP and BowTieServer how to: Create a global & local bowtie Show aggregated reference data Show aggregated performance data Want to learn more about this feature? Request an online demonstration from one of our product managers. Or feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.