Risk Management Best Practice
GRAFT CASE STUDY: GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
APPENDIX 2 OF A GLOBAL RISKS AND TRENDS FRAMEWORK (GRAFT)
This paper has been prepared by Lois Tullo and edited by Sheila Judd, both Executives in Residence at GRI. This is original research and applied theory authorized for GRI publication.
An Overview of GRAFT was published by the Global Risk Institute in October 2017, found on our website, this article should be read before the Government Case study to provide the overview of the concept of GRAFT. This Government Case study provides the process, implementation, and outputs of GRAFT. The complete GRAFT process, including automated tools and a full suite of case studies, will be released later in 2018.
/Graft/ – Defined by the Free Dictionary “To join or unite closely”.
GRAFT brings together the process of strategy setting and risk management.
GRAFT – The Global Risks and Trends Framework – a new and innovative approach designed to help organizations identify, assess and respond to global risks and trends in order to avoid pitfalls that could threaten an organization’s long-term survival, or conversely to leverage for the benefit of the organization.