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Mastering 21st Century Enterprise Risk Management - Firing Dated Practices | The Best Practice of ERM | Implementation Secrets

Mastering 21st Century Enterprise Risk Management - Firing Dated Practices | The Best Practice of ERM | Implementation Secrets

of: Gregory M. Carroll

BookBaby, 2013

ISBN: 9781483510446 , 92 Pages

Format: ePUB

Copy protection: DRM

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Mastering 21st Century Enterprise Risk Management - Firing Dated Practices | The Best Practice of ERM | Implementation Secrets


 

The world's top ERM thinkers went on record in 2013 to say that enterprise risk management practices are not up to snuff. 'Basic risk indicators and standard formula are ultimately a very blunt mode,' observed the actuarial firm Milliman; ''Corporations have to rethink their approach to risk from every aspect of their business,' said KPMG international, in a report showing about 50% of enterprises don't know their overall exposure; and ''The risk management landscape has vastly changed over the last 10 years, and Op Risk models need to keep pace,' agreed the world's top ERM thinkers at the 2013 OpRisk conference. That's the starting point for this book by Gregory Carroll, a veteran of hundreds of enterprise risk management system implementations over 30 years -- including many in life-and-death environments like the Australian Department of Defense. Carroll cites Ford Australia, Queensland Health, Ansett Airlines, and other examples of failed 20th century risk practices; then gives practical guidance on implementing a risk management system that makes the enterprise more nimble, more competitive, and, ultimately, more valuable to shareholders.