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Diagram example, illustrating five types of risk
Risk Matrix Diagrams (PPT template)
TYPES OF RISK – EXAMPLES
The slide presents an overview of various risk categories that businesses or projects may encounter. "Economic" risks are typically related to financial loss or gain. "Social" risks might pertain to reputation or social standing. "Technological" risks involve potential issues with technological systems or advancements. "Natural" risks refer to uncontrollable events such as natural disasters, while "Political" risks could involve changes in government policies or instability that affect operations.
- Four colorful circles, each representing a different type of risk, are aligned horizontally across the slide.
- The circles are navy blue (Economic), orange (Social), dark violet (Technological), and light blue (Natural) on the top row, with a green circle (Political) beneath the first two.
- Inside each circle is a white icon symbolizing the respective risk type: a stacked coin for Economic, three figures for Social, a computer monitor for Technological, a lightning bolt for Natural, and a podium with a speaker for Political.
- Each circle has a corresponding label in white text below the icon, describing the kind of risk it signifies.
- The circles are placed on a light gray overlapping cloud-like shapes that connect the circles, creating a visual flow between concepts.
- The slide uses a white background which makes the colorful circles stand out prominently.
The overall look of the slide is modern and clean, with a clear focus on the categorization of risks through the use of distinct colors and easily recognizable icons. The design is visually engaging and allows for each risk type to be quickly identified.
- Presenting an introductory overview of risk management in a business meeting.
- Used in educational settings for teaching about the different types of risks in project management or business planning courses.
- To facilitate discussion during a strategic planning session about various potential risks in the business environment.
- In a workshop environment, where participants can elaborate on each type of risk with practical examples and mitigation strategies within breakout groups or interactive sessions.