Have you heard these common questions from decision-makers that may indicate the need for a more risk-aware culture?
What does ERM mean to me in my role?
How do I participate in ERM?
Can ERM increase value and make a contribution to the business?
How much does ERM cost?
Isn’t risk management just common sense?
How do I know I’m taking the right amount of risk, too much, or not enough?
No matter how advanced your ERM initiatives are, an ERM culture is essential to ensure enterprise-wide application of risk management principles and approaches.
The objective is to provide the attendees with multiple perspectives on risk culture to help them to survive and thrive within the potentially multiple risk cultures that they find themselves operating alongside – or against.
In addition, the speakers will draw upon their own experiences and observations to provide a number of practical examples of how risk cultures can and do go wrong. This discussion may help you to identify the signs of devolving risk culture if they start to appear in your organization.