Transformation and Risk

I manage Chris Duggleby Media which includes business, health and lifestyle publications with a strong focus on Transformation, Risk and Diversity issues.

Before publishing I spent many years in the Oil & Chemicals industry managing businesses and companies for the BP Group. My last overseas business management position was as President of the Formosa BP Chemicals Corporation, a large Asian chemical manufacturing Joint Venture between BP and a major Chinese Group.

On returning from Asia I was asked to use my first hand experience of business transformation and risk to support BP in its recovery from the Gulf of Mexico disaster. I took on a senior risk management position leading the Group’s design, testing and implementation of new protocols to manage risks associated with Commercial Compliance, Joint Ventures, and Transformation Projects.

You can find out more by using the links below to my business risk websites:

My current projects focus on risks associated with Lifestyle and Health. Many of my articles can be found on this site. Other Lifestyle/Health websites are in development. I have a keen interest in the very long Duggleby Family history which has a separate section on this website dedicated to it.

I hope you enjoy the site.


Mai Liao Island: Location of Formosa BP Chemicals Corporation. I was president during planning, construction, commissioning and first year of operations.


17 thoughts on “Transformation and Risk”

  1. Dear Chris,
    Thank you for your article on your allergy to Pears soap. I now know I am not alone.
    I too have an allergy to Biological washing powder but they are now banned from the house.
    Couldn’t work out why I suddenly got a rash on my forearm and an itchy scrotum. Thought it was plums, I had over indulged at a pick your own place, but had not had a reaction to plums before.With anti histamine the rash went away.
    At the same time my wife had started a bar of Pears Soap. So I stopped using that just in case.
    Some weeks later I.e. yesterday I used the Pears soap again. Back came the rash.
    So no more Pears soap for me.

    1. Thanks Arthur,
      Judging by the tremendous interest in these article it certainly looks like we are not alone in experiencing allergy issues with common detergents and soaps. Enjoy your itch free future!
      All the best, Chris.

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