压力点和风险暴露，这里使用Robert Simmons(1999)提供的风险暴露计算器。在组织中观察到的风险压力点被理解为组织的风险点。其中一些会导致风险增加，例如在扩张的情况下或由于内部招聘、培训和竞争。正如Simmons(1999)所言，“根据公司的环境和管理风格，每个点的压力可以是低的，也可以是高的。”应该再次指出的是，在这些压力点上的统一分数并不一定是一种美德。记住，不入虎穴，焉得虎子。但是在太多的压力点上得分过高可能是一个强烈的信号，表明一家公司面临危险水平的风险。补救行动也许是必要的，而且是迅速的”(Simmons, 1999，第a段)
A risk assessment report has been prepared for Property Millionaires. The report specifically addresses the pressure for performance based on the pressure point,
the pressure points with respect to organizational culture and finally the pressure points because of information management.
Property Millionaires are a rapidly growing investments seminar company and the company in its first two
years was able to see a considerable sales improvement and this led to seminar sales increase as well. Now at this point, the need for staff expansions came to be. Any time in an organization growth and development when there is a need for staff expansions, it should so be that the staff training recruitment and management is planned for adequately. Now in the case of Property Millionaires, they are found to be struggling when it comes to improvements. The purpose of this report is to make use of the risk assessment calculator and identify different point of risk exposure
Pressure Points and Risk Exposure
Risk Exposure calculator as presented by Robert Simmons (1999) is used here. The risk pressure points that are observed in an organization are understand as the risk points of an organization. Some of them lead to increased levels of risks such as in the context of expansions or because of internal recruitment, training and
competition. As Simmons (1999) holds, “Depending on a company’s circumstances and management style, the amount of pressure on each point can be low or high. A uniformly low score on these pressure points, it should be noted again, isn’t necessarily a virtue. Remember that nothing ventured is nothing gained. But too high a score on too many pressure points can be a strong signal that a company is exposed to dangerous levels of risk. Remedial action may be necessary—and fast” (Simmons, 1999, para. 5)