Category Archives: Topic: Risk Assessment

Do you speak the language of the C-Suite?

Most ERM Practitioners don’t.  They might think they do, but in reality their role and sphere of strategic influence is extremely limited.  Is it possible an invisible boundary or glass ceiling as it were, might actually exist for Enterprise Risk … Continue reading

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R-PM™ SERIES – “Crisis in Europe!”
PART 2: Assess Your Risk

The “fear” continues over the uncertainty of a financial collapse in Europe.  But, what can YOU do to assess this threat’s affect on your company?   Articles like, “20 Signs Of Imminent Financial Collapse In Europe“, dated September 12, 2011, … Continue reading

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PART 2: Assess Your Risk

“Risk Innovation”: October 15th, 2011

Balancing ‘Quants’ with ‘Qualts’. I like quants, but they often narrow their focus to only numbers, when more insight is needed from other methods. There has been much written since the financial crisis of 2008 about the over reliance on … Continue reading

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“Risk Innovation”: September 15th, 2011

Ratings, Risk and Ostriches. The seven days of stock market trading after the Standard & Poor’s downgrade of the United State’s credit rating was made public was the most volatile in years. After weeks if not months of doomsday predictions … Continue reading

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