Risk Watch: Thought Leadership in Risk and Governance—Spring 2015

The Conference Board of Canada, 22 pages, May 1, 2015
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This triannual journal presents original articles by global thinkers and practitioners on risk management and corporate governance. Authors express opinions and insights about the world of risk and provide practical applications to address risk challenges.

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Risk Watch is a triannual journal devoted to informing and provoking discussion on risk management and corporate governance. In this 14th issue, the four featured articles share the authors’ opinions, perspectives, and ideas about what is happening in the risk world.

  • Richard Arthurs contends there is a “sweet spot” to a successful ERM initiative and shares his secrets to optimizing the value of ERM.
  • Ken Ledger discusses managing risks—not only within an appetite, but incurring enough of the right risks to meet strategic goals.
  • Norman Marks shares his thoughts on why risk management increasingly fails, why management does not see the value in it, and why it is perceived as a bureaucracy.
  • Christine Maligec and Greg Eskins take readers on a cyber-risk journeypart one of three that will appear in Risk Watch over the next few issues.

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