Author, Editor and Publisher
10 Ps of Managing Risks Post-Brexit:
10 Basic Principles
Aim of the book
Since 2000, the total number of small businesses has grown to around 5.5 million and in the USA, this figure is around 22 million self-employed individuals with no employees, 52% being home-based. This phenomenal change has been accompanied by the rapid growth in the use of telecommunications, the internet, part-time and temporary employment contracts, and the use of home-working throughout the world. This is even more prominent now as we try to deal with the impact of a global pandemic.
Despite greater emphasis on recognizing the needs of small firms, there is still considerable pressure to demonstrate to others that they are managing business risks satisfactorily.
This is still the case with or without Brexit (the withdrawal of UK from membership of the EU), and whether a firm wants to trade with partners inside or outside the EU. There are many International Standards in place that are recognized across continents, and ongoing development of new trading partners worldwide, so it is even more critical now to take a positive step in managing risks.
This guide helps you to establish a system to identify, reduce and control risks in your own company whatever its size. It includes charts and diagrams to help you - some of these are available on the Additional Resources page of this site.
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The Blue Tower shown on the cover of the book is a well-known landmark in Malta. If you look closely, you can see the team of window cleaners half-way down the front of the building - that's what I call Managing Risks!
A typical small business site plan - it doesn't need to be a fancy version, just a diagram that makes you focus on all areas of the business.
A tree surgeon who clearly takes risk management seriously!