How does a busy leader keep abreast of risk management issues? One way is Twitter. Coupled with Tweetdeck or Hootsuite, which allow you to create columns for Twitter lists, Twitter can become a powerful source of risk research and learning.
A Twitter list, however, is only as good as its members. So who should you include in a risk management list? Here are some suggestions:
Don Noel – Don’s feed has great links to practical information about risk management, often from an insurance perspective.
Jim Mitchell – Jim is a business continuity expert.
Harry Hall – Harry helps project managers identify and deal with risks.
Protiviti – Protiviti is one of the leading risk management and business consulting firms.
ThreatBrief – Provides interesting links to potential threats and how to address them.
Risk Alternatives – We do our best to tweet important materials that we see in the Twittersphere, on blogs that we follow, and from industry publications.
Do you have other suggestions? If so, please include them in the comments. Also, please share this post if you found it useful.