manufacturer
risk assessment

an objective overview in a practical manner to stimulate management thinking about where to focus attention to improve their manufacturing business performance.

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manufacturer risk assessment

Managers of many small to medium scale manufacturing organisations face the difficult daily challenge of coordinating a myriad of different business functions.  Those managers often have to be a jack-of-all-trades as business scale won’t support having specialists in each functional area.  In such situations, the ability to take a balcony view can be lost as managers are constantly working in the business and have little time take an objective overview.

This risk assessment has been developed to allow Users to self-evaluate their business without the time, cost, and information barriers of a comprehensive diagnostic conducted by an external party.  The purpose of this program is to provide an objective overview in a practical manner to stimulate management thinking about where to focus attention for the betterment of their business performance.

This Program provides a framework and assessment of the best practice principles of good business management within the manufacturing industry.  The Manufacturer Risk Assessment is a step by step framework of information, self-assessment, risk report with score for remediation, supported by a library of resources and materials to help businesses demonstrate an awareness of and commitment to best practice business management.

program features

Self Assessment

risk assessment

Risk Report with Recommendations

risk report w/score

Access on Mobile _ TV

certified gold / silver*

Library of Resources

digital<br>library

Lifetime Access

full lifetime<br>access

manufacturer risk assessment details

  • 7 Components
  • Detailed Self Assessment
  • Detailed Risk report with score
  • Library of downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • certified gold or silver – on successful completion >30% risk score

1: Financial Situation and Performance

2: Financial Management

3: Operations

4: Cyber and Data

5: The Market

6: Strategic Direction

7: Capability

  • Planning & purpose

  •  

    SWOT analysis

  • Basic knowledge of computers and IT in the workplace is needed
  • A desire to understand and mitigate modern cyber risks is needed.
  • Board members, business owners, managers and employees responsible for the administration and safekeeping of sensitive information.
  • Individuals who wish to advance professional development.

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