Risk Management is a business process. It is the means whereby potential risks that can disrupt or even destroy an enterprise are examined; measured, and assessed to form concrete, implementable strategies for managing an organization through these risks should they be realized. Risk Management strategies that include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, and accepting some or all of the consequences of a particular risk can be time consuming to develop and difficult to implement especially if there are knowledge gaps in the process. Tri Wolf Consultants is in business to solve this problem.
We engage in traditional risk management focuses on risks stemming from physical or legal causes (e.g. natural disasters or fires, accidents, death, and lawsuits). We also undertake financial risk management which focuses on risks that can be managed for traded financial instruments, theft, contact loss, and shrinkage. Over the past decade large corporations have implemented risk management teams and small to medium enterprises and corporations practice informal, if not formal, risk management, however the supply of qualified resources to conduct and manage the process is less than the demand; we are in business to address this supply problem. Tri Wolf Consultants provides expertise and knowledge that can facilitate your risk management plans, and fill in any knowledge or capability gaps regardless of company size or the vertical markets you serve.
At Tri Wolf we draw from real world experience to not only develop plans that are focused on mitigating against risks becoming actual threats, but we also ensure that the emphasis is balanced and well placed for your particular enterprise or project need.
Through our team of consultants and network of ‘best of breed’ associates Tri Wolf works with clients to develop affordable, actionable, plans and processes to address both tangible and intangible risks gleaned from decades of experience in operations, security, management and tendering processes.