You know that enterprise risk management is vital to your organisation’s stability and growth, but you may not be certain about the best ways to build an effective programme. Case Studies on Enterprise Risk Management Implementation provides practical guidance on creating an enterprise risk management structure tailored to your organisation’s concerns through step-by-step action plans.
This book’s central case study takes you directly into the experience of an organisation that is initiating and implementing an ERM programme. Walk through their process, working with the board, senior management, and the management team to identify and rate significant risk categories. Fourteen tables, charts, and templates, a memorandum to the management team, and pointers for running productive and efficient meetings will enhance your process. The guide also includes two shorter case studies to augment your understanding of enterprise risk management implementation.
Case Studies on Enterprise Risk Management Implementation was written by faculty who lead North Carolina State University’s Enterprise Risk Management Initiative. This Initiative provides thought leadership about enterprise risk management practices and their integration with strategy and corporate governance. Faculty in the Initiative frequently work with boards of directors and senior management teams, helping them link enterprise risk management to strategy and governance.
Take the lead, or provide needed support, in developing a strong enterprise risk management programme for your organisation with this guidance.