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planning sessions

3 Simple Steps to Be Invited to Strategic Planning Sessions

One issue that executives, Board members, and other company leaders continue to raise in surveys and elsewhere is that ERM doesn’t provide strategic advantage or valuable insights to decision-making. Reports received by business unit and company leaders typically regurgitate a list of risks and rehash what they already know. As we discuss in this post…
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5 Key Personas of an Effective ERM Professional

When my blog was still pretty new, I published in early 2017 an article on the qualities of an effective ERM professional. Three years may not seem like a long time, but it is when considering how fast things are changing. Although the original article contains information that is still relevant today, I felt it…
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fourth industrial revolution

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution will Reshape Risk Management

In the waning years of the 2010s, the term “fourth industrial revolution” is becoming a commonly heard phrase for describing the nature and pace of technological change expected to take place in the decades ahead.  Other terms to describe this include cyber or digital revolution. What makes this revolution unique is that it not only…
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Expanding your Abilities with the Growth Mindset

While traveling to a client site last week, I had a really interesting conversation with an attorney sitting next to me on a flight from Atlanta (…I can’t fly anywhere without going through Atlanta first). She talked about a book she had read that talked about grit and a Growth Mindset, which got me thinking……
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Relationships: A Common but Fatal Mistake of Risk Management

The majority of articles on my blog focus on the process side of enterprise risk management. I’ve discussed at great length subjects like setting up an ERM program, risk identification, risk assessment, and more. However, the process and technical skills is only part of what goes into a successful, value-enhancing ERM program. If you’re like…
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