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Getting big can be a great thing, but we cannot let our organizations get so big that it trips up the most important part of the company: its reason for being. That’s why enterprise risk management is vital.
Drawn to the industry since college, Elisa Atwell, the risk manager for a Fortune 500 company, is at the pinnacle of her career.
Cyber security requires sensitizing staff to correct behaviors and separating important data from routine information available on the internet.
At McKesson, Jane Sandler blends her passions for risk management and health care to help the organization develop innovative, forward-thinking solutions.
Risk managers need to be aware of what an organization says it will do compared with how it acts.
Learn how to overcome the challenges when implementing digital solutions enterprise-wide.
Risk managers share hard-learned lessons on implementing enterprise risk management.
Create a “risk ruler” system to compare disparate exposures and prioritize risk management resources.
The tenth chapter in Grace Crickette’s Risk Insider series on implementing enterprise risk management.
Amanda Lagatta, Target’s director of insurance and claims, was drawn to risk management in high school and praises the value of college graduate risk management programs.
Timothy Fischer makes the complicated job of managing risk for the sole producer of nuclear fuel to the U.S. government look easy. It’s not.
Hospitals balance safety with necessary public care in high-risk departments.
Risk-taking decisions must balance both fear and hope.
Counting on rational behavior by the actors in any given organization might be a mistake.
To assess future risks, view the world from the eyes of Generation Z.
In creating risk registers, risk managers should strive to keep their lists short and dynamic.
Using live animals as sports mascots requires a focus on risk mitigation.
Setting priorities for which risk to address first can be extremely challenging.
Applying a broader definition to retained losses and control costs, organizations can identify new opportunities to reduce cost across the full spectrum of risk.
The risk management burden is endless and ever-varying.
Many leaders in academia are in denial about the risks facing their institutions.