How to Incorporate Your Risk Profile into Your Organizational Culture

 

By taking steps to incorporate your risk profile into your organizational culture, funders can not only align standards, but also embrace risk as a pathway to learning. This document provides some ways to make risk management part of your daily practice and grant making.

 

 

 

 

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Risk in Philanthropy: A Framework for Evaluation
This brief framework is designed to provide grantmakers and NGOs with tools to conceptualize and describe risk and its implications within the scope of their philanthropic work.
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Foundations Don’t Know What They’re Risking
Critical gaps exist in philanthropy’s definitions of and approach to risk management. This article describes the scope of the problem and a framework for philanthropists to adopt risk-management practices that better equip the sector to address the challenges of our time.
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Contingency Strategies, Mitigation Strategies
How to Build Effective Funder-Grantee Relationships
One of the most fundamental aspects of risk management lies within the funder-grantee relationship itself. Use this tool to build transparency and trust between funders and nonprofits.
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How to Implement Non-Financial Risk Mitigation Strategies
Financial support is not the only way to mitigate risk, and it is not necessarily the most effective measure in every circumstance. This document outlines non-financial strategies that funders could consider pursuing to partner with grantees in addressing and mitigating risks.