ERM Case Study – Part 3/5

Entrepreneurial universityThis is the next post in the Enterprise Risk Management implementation case study of Camosun College, B.C., Canada.

IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH
Project Approach – Key Players

As mentioned previously, the idea for enterprise risk management came from the Board of Governors, who were keen to participate in the provincial government’s foray into the new practice. While many public sector executive seemed at least intellectually to accept the idea of applying risk methods to strategy, the Board wanted to see it done and effect some real changes.
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ERM Case Study – Part 2/5

Entrepreneurial universityThis is a continuation of the Enterprise Risk Management implementation case study of Camosun College, B.C., Canada.

INITIAL STAGES
Impetus to ERM: Compliance or Improvement?

The impetus towards risk management came from the Board of Governors. They were aware of BC Government’s initiative, led by Risk Management Branch, to incorporate enterprise risk management into regular planning and management across the provincial public sector (by 2004, already well into the implementation phase).
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ERM Case Study – Part 1/5

Entrepreneurial universityThis is a case study in successful implementation of enterprise risk management — the first of five parts of the case of Camosun College.

Two key aspects of ERM; viz., a good risk identification/ assessment process, and the proper approach to program implementation, are emphasized in this case study. They apply to the implementation of ERM in any organization.
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