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  • Benefits and risks of collaborative working

    How to ensure your collaboration is a success

  • Your organisation

    What are the operational, financial, legal and strategic processes that make an effective voluntary organisation? This section contains everything a charity or voluntary organisation needs to know.

  • How to manage risk

    Risk management is the process of identifying, evaluating and controlling risks. The aim is not to eliminate all risks entirely (this would be very difficult and not cost effective), but rather to reduce the risk to a level that the charity is comfortable with (the risk appetite). These seven steps are a tried-and-tested risk management process. It’s best to work through them with a group of people, including trustees and staff who understand the organisation well. Risk register template for NCVO members NCVO members can download a risk register template in the tools and resources section .

  • Internal environment analysis and considering risk

    Understanding how your non profit organisation thinks and works is vital to improving performance and effectiveness.

  • How to identify, assess and manage the risks associated with trading

    All trading activities involve some level of risk, so risk management is a vital part of knowing how to trade. There are three steps to risk management:

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