Risk Watch: Thought Leadership in Risk and Governance - December 2010

The Conference Board of Canada, 24 pages, December 20, 2010
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This tri-annual journal presents original articles by leading global thinkers and practitioners on risk management and corporate governance. Authors have a mandate to express opinions and ideas that test readers’ assumptions.

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Risk Watch is a tri-annual journal of original articles from leading global thinkers and practitioners on risk management and corporate governance. In this second issue, six highly experienced business and government executives provide their views on some of the risk challenges and issues facing boards of directors and management today.
  • Doug W. Brooks writes about how boards can better demonstrate their accountability for risk oversight in their communications with stakeholders.
  • Michael Hofmann talks about the need for broader risk thinking beyond the obvious and illustrates how this can be accomplished.
  • Grant Purdy shares Broadleaf Capital’s performance management approach to risk management.
  • Liane Sauer and James Ralston express their views on what government can learn from the private sector.
  • David R. Koenig explores whether board-level risk committees are becoming a fiduciary expectation.

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