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Finance International

Risk management should span the company

Experience shows risk management can be pushed down from top levels to involve front-line staff. Because risk and uncertainty are often too complex for centralized systems to manage, it should

Economics International

Risk is not limited to internal corporate audit

Could concentrating ERM functions in internal audit, under a supervising corporate audit committee, be an obstacle to developing effective enterprise-wide risk management? Managing risks should involve all levels of corporate management and staff,

North America Technology and infrastructure

GM’s risk management failures provide lessons for other firms

Strategic fails afford valuable lessons. There is something to be learned from the spectacular recent failure of General Motors’ once highly-touted enterprise risk management program. In 2012, G. Mustafa Mohatarem,

Finance International

Companies shouldn’t risk how they manage risk

To quote UCLA Coach John Wooden, “Never mistake activity for achievement.” Integrating risk management into the corporate value chain is a daunting proposition. Policy is not enough. Execution is critical.

Finance International

Why corporate cultures needs to adopt risk management

If we accept the idea that risk management is part of a corporation’s competitive advantage, and thus part of its value chain, important implications follow. Key among them is Enterprise