Sleepwalking into Crisis – the state that exists when an organisation’s chosen risk management methods do not meet the needs of a complex-disruptive, modern working world. In January 2019 the World Economic Forum released its' annual Global Risk Report. The report cautions that despite the increased intensity of the global risk landscape in recent years, comparatively few participating organisations have invested in the risk management infrastructure necessary to respond positively to emerging global threats. As a result, many organisations now exist in a state of self-induced vulnerability whereby they are potentially “sleepwalking into crisis”. The attached video is a StrategicRisk Conference Presentation discussing the concepts of the fourth industrial revolution, the world economic forum's repeated risk warnings, complexity, disruption, emergence, chaos, resilience and what it all means for modern day risk management.