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Risk management consulting involves a methodical and organized process to evaluate the different risks that organizations face. A risk mgt consultant provides various advisory to businesses depending on the agreed scope of review and expected business outcomes. The scope may include governance framework, cybersecurity risk mitigation incident management, and related compliance to relevant industry-based regulations. Companies …
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ONE OF THE MOST challenging misunderstandings I hear about when consulting with non-Asian clients is about "SILENCE".
1. The silence that follows on emails with potential Asian clients;
2. The silence during or following a business presentation in Asia;
3. The silence when asking a direct question accompanied by the faintest shake of the head or a muttered ‘yes’;
4. The silence punctuated by an indrawn breath like a long hissing sound implying ‘this is going to be very difficult’.
Many of these orchestrated silences in China, Sinagpore, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea and a host of ASEAN countries are the result of an over-direct or impatient desire to get an answer, a result or a deal as quickly as possible on the part of self-consciously ‘globalized’ foreigners.