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Reprint – Risk Analysis for Tough Issues

The Economist’s risk management study back in 2010 found that there is a continuing perception of risk management as: “…support function staffed with narrowly focused specialists, such as business continuity planners, insurance buyers, or health and safety officers…” (Fall guys – risk management in the front line). Forbes/Deloitte later reported in 2012 that a significant …

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Interpretation of ERM Case Study – part 5/5

[580 edited, words, first published 2012/11/20] What can we make of this successful example of Enterprise Risk Management implementation, which has stood the test of time, and was praised by the Auditor General? Are there implications for others contemplating ERM for their organizations? I believe the answer is an emphatic yes! This case shows important …

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ERM Case Study: Camosun College: part 3/5

[670 words, first published 2012/11/08] This is the next post in the Enterprise Risk Management implementation case study of Camosun College, B.C., Canada. IMPLEMENTATION APPROACHProject 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 …

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ERM Case Study: Camosun College: part 2/5

[800 words, first published 2012/11/06] This is a continuation of the Enterprise Risk Management implementation case study of Camosun College, B.C., Canada. INITIAL STAGESImpetus 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 …

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