Set Professional Liability Goals and Objectives

Setting goals and objectives that you integrate into your services and project delivery process is an effective way to develop a risk management program for your firm.

This article offers sample goals that can help you to develop a framework to establish risk management criteria that work for your practice.  Risk management goals that become part of your day-to-day activities will guide sound decisions and actions that enable you to manage risk and your projects more effectively.

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