Watermelon effect

‘watermelon’ effect, where the outward signs of performance are ‘green’ as represented by the skin. However, digging a little below the skin of the apparent good performance will quickly reveal areas of concern, reflected by the ‘red’ flesh. The ‘watermelon’ effect is intended to challenge organisations to question apparent good performance and check whether truly risk based metrics are being gathered.

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