4 Critical Actions for Successful ERM Program

4 Critical Things Organizations Must Do to Ensure an ERM Program’s Success

Congratulations! Your organization has determined that it needs to implement an ERM program. You’ve done all the research on the standards to use for establishing a governance structure, and you’ve committed to your board that the top risks to your business will be identified and managed. Unfortunately, this beginning is the easiest part.  Like any…
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Wait a Second – You Mean We Can Have Positive Risks Too?

I know, seems counter-intuitive, right? When we hear the word “risk,” we automatically think it has to be negative. In many cases, it is. Perhaps a certain process is outdated and causing the company to lose money, or a defective product is leading to some bad press. However, some risks can be considered “positive,” at…
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Top 5 Talent Risk Stories from Around the Web – Fall 2016

Staying on top of potential risks to the enterprise can be a full-time undertaking all by itself. Bringing together stories about all types of enterprise risk would not only be exhausting on our end, it would be quite long for you, the reader. Therefore, for today, I want to focus on top stories I have…
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Recent Southwest and Delta Outages Expose Huge Technology Risks

Just in the last month, two of the country’s largest airlines experienced massive technology outages that reverberated throughout their entire operation(s) during the peak summer travel season. The first outage occurred on July 20 when a computer meltdown led to the grounding of Southwest flights over a 3-day period. Although flights could land, the computer…
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