Enterprise Risk Management Initiative, Poole College of Management, North Carolina State University

Providing Thought Leadership, Education and Training on the Subjects of Enterprise Risk Management

  • ERM: Getting Beyond Risk Identification to Sustainability

    Chris McCarthy and Michael Chagares, of Mercer Oliver Wyman, spoke at the May 20, 2005 ERM Roundtable about the sustainable implementation of ERM at organizations.

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  • Role of the Chief Risk Officer

    The Chief Risk Officer (CRO) is rapidly becoming one of the most crucial members of the management team. CROs are involved with managing many types of risks faced by a business including regulatory risks, product development risks, and strategic risks.

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  • Practical Insights for Launching ERM

    Barbara Duck, Senior Executive Vice President in the Risk Management Department at BB&T Corporation, and Melodye Tomlin, Senior Vice President and ERM Coordinator at BB&T Corporation, spoke at the April 15, 2005 ERM Roundtable. Their presentation focused on practical insights about launching ERM in an organization from BB&T's implementation efforts.

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  • Expanding ERM to Embrace Strategic Risk

    Firms are insured against the usual risks but they are not protected against strategic risks. By using enterprise risk management techniques to identify strategic risks, firms can use countermeasures for anticipating and managing these threats systematically and turn some of them into growth opportunities.

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  • Managing Manufacturing and Supply Chain Risks in Global Automotive Operations

    Debra Elkins, from General Motors R&D Center, spoke about operational risk management at the March 18, 2005 ERM Roundtable.

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  • ERM and Business Continuity

    There is a huge debate over the roles and positioning of risk management and business continuity management within organizations. Some argue one function should be subordinate to the other. The…

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  • ERM at HCA

    David Hughes, AVP in the Enterprise Risk Management Office at the Nashville-based Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), provided an overview of how ERM is being implemented at HCA at the February 25, 2005 ERM Roundtable.

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  • Survey Data: ERM Trends

    This study provides data obtained from surveys of nearly 1400 chief executive officers (CEOs) about risk trends and related expectations for effective ERM practices. With CEOs note that they are…

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  • Internal Audit’s Role:  Fraud and Reputation Risks

    Now there is more pressure than ever on executive management and internal auditors to mitigate corporate fraud and misconduct. Even though senior management most likely has direct antifraud responsibility, internal…

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  • Tax Risk Management: The Evolving Role of Tax Directors

    In 2004, Ernst & Young administered a survey with findings that offer insight to tax directors and executives to help them better comprehend the changing scope of the tax function,…

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  • ERM: RBC’s Practical Approach

    At the November 19, 2004 ERM Roundtable, Andrea Bolger, Chief Risk Officer for RBC Financial Group’s U.S. and International Operations, shared practical insights about how RBC has implemented ERM throughout the organization, including training on ERM to all key bank employees.

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  • Best Practices in Enabling ERM

    Jeff Hasmann, program director for risk management at SAS, headquartered in Cary, NC, was the featured speaker at the October 2004 ERM Roundtable. Hasmann described SAS’s view towards effective ERM with particular emphasis on developing appropriate organizational hierarchies and other non-technical components of a risk infrastructure.

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  • The Orange Book: Management of Risk – Principles and Concepts

    The original Orange Book was published by the British government in 2001 to promote more robust risk management practices in government sectors. Since 2001, organizations have begun to now have…

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  • Emerging Trends in ERM: A Sneak Preview of COSO’s ERM Integrated Framework

    Miles Everson, project leader of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission’s (COSO’s) ERM Integrated Framework Project and partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, New York City, provided insights at the September 17, 2004 Roundtable about emerging ERM trends and underlying drivers in the development of COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework released in September 2004.

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  • The Australian/New Zealand Risk Standard

    "This Standard provides a generic guide for managing risk. This Standard may be applied to a very wide range of activities, decisions or operations of any public, private or community…

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  • COSO’s “Enterprise Risk Management - Integrated Framework”

    "This Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework expands on internal control, providing a more robust and extensive focus on the broader subject of enterprise risk management. While it is not…

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  • COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework

    COSO issued Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework in September 2004. This framework was issued to provide companies with key principles and concepts, a common language, and clear direction and guidance regarding the management enterprise risks. The framework defines ERM and the eight components of the framework and discusses many other aspects of ERM in detail.

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  • Outsourcing Decisions:  Taking an ERM Approach

    Before outsourcing a business process or function, it is essential to assess the associated risks from an enterprise-wide risk management perspective. Poorly managed outsourcing decisions may ultimately increase, rather than decrease, total risk for an enterprise. An ERM approach to risk management is appropriate for managing the complexity of risks associated with outsourcing decisions.

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  • Assessing Risks Before Outsourcing

    Strategic Finance published an article titled, “Outsourcing? At your Own Risk,” providing statistics supporting an increase in the outsourcing of various business functions and the potential risks facing the enterprise.…

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  • Initiating ERM: Tackling Cultural Resistance Head-On

    Dr. Lynda Aiman-Smith, associate professor, NC State's College of Management and expert in organizational culture issues, shared insights at the June 18, 2004 ERM Roundtable about overcoming cultural resistance when initiating new business paradigms, such as ERM.

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