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Tarification sociale de l’eau

PRIMO France Près d’une vingtaine de collectivités retenues pour l’expérimentation Un décret, publié au Journal officiel du 16 avril, fixe la liste des dix-huit collectivités et groupements de collectivités retenus pour participer à l’expérimentation, prévue par la loi Brottes sur l’énergie du 15 avril 2013, en vue de favoriser l’accès à l’eau et de mettre en œuvre une tarification sociale […]

La collectivité dans la Troisième Révolution Industrielle

3 mars, 2015, PRIMO France Vers une nouvelle revolution industrielle La Première Révolution Industrielle naît de technologies mécaniques utilisant la vapeur d’eau comme force motrice, permettant l’essor de transports rapides et augmentant la vitesse de communication tout en réduisant les coûts d’impression. Locomotives, presses rotatives et linotypes sont quelques-uns des outils mis à disposition, et ont favorisé l’alphabétisation de masse […]

Preparar al sector público para la gobernanza de riesgos

La gestión de riesgos ocupa un lugar cada vez más importante entre las prioridades de los gestores públicos. En un contexto como el actual, en el que los organismos públicos persiguen la máxima eficiencia, diversifican sus herramientas de servicio público y desarrollan múltiples colaboraciones, la gestión de riesgos se ha convertido en un elemento ineludible para la correcta gestión pública, ya que consigue […]

Risikoledelse… en kommunal opgave

Forord Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Indenrigs- og sundhedsminister “Kommunale ledere tager hver dag beslutninger, der indebærer risici. Det vil sige beslutninger, der medfører usikkerhed af betydning. Det kan være risici for borgerne, for lokalsamfundet eller for den kommunale organisation selv. Risiko er ganske enkelt en præmis, når fremtiden er uvis. Eller sagt på en anden måde: At træffe betydningsfulde beslutninger på et usikkert […]

The economic problem of organizational risk appetite

Door Arie de Wild In our current era of major global challenges and worldwide crises the human race is contin- uously searching for solutions to the fundamental economic problem of how to determine which aims should be pursued and how limited resources ought to be allocated. Economics as the science that studies “human behavior as a relationship between ends and […]

Nuclear Energy, Risk, and Emotions

 By Prof.dr. Sabine Roeser * The pictures of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima are in our minds and are updated daily. People from around the world feel compassion for the Japanese, who have had to cope with a triple disaster: earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear accident. At the moment of writing this piece, it is far from clear how the latter of […]

EIPA Seminar Risk Management & Internal Control

Key Items of Good Governance for Local Governments Rescheduled for April 2014 For PRIMO members: a reduce fee! Target group This seminar is designed for civil servants of local governments with an interest in two important items of good governance: risk management and internal control. Of course, other stakeholders involved in control systems, such as local politicians, are also invited to […]

Environmental Risk Management

By Harvard Business Review This report has been written derived from the responses of the HBR survey on this issue, this in cooperation with Zurich, FERMA and PRIMO. Notice that on the 26th of June a webinar will be held. Increasing attention to environmental risk Overwhelmingly, our survey responses tell us that European organizations—companies, largely, but also a sprinkling of […]

The Big Beautiful Municipality?

By Harrie Scholtens Seconded National Expert at European Institute of Public Administration(EIPA), former City Manager of Middelharnis/Goedereede, The Netherlands. He writes this article on personal title. Times are changing. In every society this will happen and has to be recognised. However difficult it is to say goodbye to the past, we have to realise that the past is behind us. Of […]

ISO 31000

A framework in development By Ed Mallens and Jack P. Kruf The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has worked on the ISO 31000 as referential framework for risk management in organizations. The setting has been outlined by ISO very clearly: “Risks affecting organizations can have consequences in terms of economic performance and professional reputation, as well as environmental, safety and […]

El Ayuntamiento de Getafe gana el Premio Udite

Es esta la Segunda edición del premio que se otorga a entidades locales por su gestión en las categorías de Bienestar Social, Bienestar económico, Bienestar ecológico, Gestión y Gestión del Riesgo. La votación final, tras un largo proceso de selección que se inició en junio de este año, tuvo lugar el pasado lunes 5 de octubre en Bruselas, en el […]

Meeting the Cyber Risk Challenge

By Marie Gemma Dequae and Jack P. Kruf We contributed to this relevant survey to get a better scope of and insight in what is actually going on within organizations regarding cyber related risks. We know from our members that cyber related risks seem to be under-estimated. The risks can hardly be quantified and measured. They seem a bit of […]

Innovation on PPP

Risk Area One of the focus points of PRIMO in the last several years, because of its increasing relevance in strategy and policy development in the public domain. Here you find the advises of experts, given during a round table in Brussels on the 23rd of April in 2013. Special thanks to Mr. Tristan Dhondt and Mr. Rob Ellermeijer of Ernst […]

What Every CEO Needs to Know About The Cloud

By Andrew McAfee Harvard Business Review, . In 2010 an IBM survey of more than 1,500 CEOs worldwide revealed a troubling gap: Close to 80% of them believed their environment would grow much more complex in the coming years, but fewer than half thought their companies were well equipped to deal with this shift. The survey team called it “the […]

Information Security and Privacy Risk Survey

We’d like to invite you to PARTICIPATE  in a RESEARCH STUDY we are conducting in association with Zurich, which has sponsored Harvard Business Review (HBR) to help the risk management community to: Gain a greater understanding of how the global risk management community views information security and privacy risk, from its significance within organizations to effective mitigation processes, the financial implications, and […]

Press release RMP and PRIMO start partnership

‘Risk Management Partners (RMP), a leading UK company in the public sector to provide individually insurance programmes, integrate claims management, information management and risk control services that will reduce cost of risk in the medium and long term and Public Risk Management Organisation (PRIMO) have decided to start a dedicated partnership for 2011 and 2012. The partnership of RMP and […]

It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark

Source : The Times, Malta Author: John O’Dea Risk management in the private sector is about protecting yourself, your business or project and your employees against the probability of uncertain future events Mr O’dea is a founding member of the board of the Malta Association of Risk Management, president of Public Risk Management Organisation (PRIMO) Malta and secretary general of PRIMO Europe […]

Extending the Knowledge and Use of Risk Management

Source: THE ECONOMIC UPDATE, July 2011, PRIMO Malta John O’Dea speaks to Martin Vella about the importance of developing exchanges of information and expertise to establish risk management as a natural and integral part of good public governance. EDITOR’S NOTE John O’Dea is President of PRIMO Malta and a member of the Executive Board of PRIMO Europe, a Pan-European organisation […]

ISO 31000: La gouvernance des risques publics

Préparer le secteur public à la gouvernance des risques publics: premiers pas vers un référentiel ISO 31000: Cadre de gestion des risques et retours d’expériences Source: Marsh, PRIMO La gestion des risques occupe une place de plus en plus importante dans les préoccupations des dirigeants territoriaux. Dans un contexte de quête d’efficience plus marquée, de diversification des outils de la […]

Difficult economic environment requires good project risk management

Author: Sabrina Baker-Boshuizen, Marsh Public Sector Europe Source: RISK Management & Governance, Edition 6, Summer 2010 The financial and European Sovereign debt crises have had a huge impact on infrastructure investments. Infrastructure projects require extensive capital investment and downgrades of government debt have made funding of infrastructure projects more expensive. Whereas at the beginning of the financial crisis, countries and […]

PPP is a mindset: not a way of building

Author: Harry Sterk, Director of the Dutch Network* for Public Private Partnerships Source: RISK Management & Governance, Edition 6, Summer 2010 The major differences between traditional and PPP projects are, according to Harry sterk, the way costs are defined and how building plans are made. With a PPP project the total costs of a project are placed in light of […]

Will PPP survive the credit crunch?

Author: Prof. dr. Geert Dewulf, Head of Departement Professor of Planning and Development Departement of Construction Management and Engineering University of Twente Source: RISK Management & Governance, Edition 6, Summer 2010 Today, governments are confronted with increasing budget deficits. While governments have less money available big investments in infrastructure are planned to stimulate economic growth. As a reaction, private investments […]