Enterprise Risk Management: Today's Leading Research and Best Practices for Tomorrow's Executives

 enterprise-risk-managmentOn September 20, 2010, Risk Wise's Diana Del Bel Belluz interviewed the co-editors of the book  Enterprise Risk Management: Today’s Leading Research and Best Practices for Tomorrow’s Executives published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.:

What the webinar covers...


The 1-hour webinar consists of the interview with the editors (John Fraser and Betty Simkins) about the resources that are available in the book, followed by a 20-minute live question and answer session with Betty and John fielding questions from ERM practitioners.  The interview and live Q&A covered a wide range of topics, including:

  • What does the book offer to executives who want to improve the practice of ERM in their organization?
  • What important ERM challenges does the book address?
  • What does this book add to the ERM literature in terms of new ERM approaches and thinking?
  • What are the trends in how ERM is being applied?
  • What concepts in the book are thought-provoking and potentially game-changing?
  • How to overcome typical challenges faced by executives who want to implement or enhance ERM in their organization.

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