Laurie Brooks, retired Chief Risk Officer at Public Services Enterprises Group and current board of director at Provident Financial Services, shares her views about the long-term viability of ERM and how ERM is an expected core competency skill of executives.  She argues that should simply be seen as a good management practice and looking at risks from an enterprise-wide view should be seen as the normal thing to do, not a specialized thing to do. She also tells about how to tell the maturity of ERM at a company by how risks are assigned and overseen.


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ERM Enterprise Risk Management Initiative 2012-10-02