Mastering 21st Century Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

enterprise risk management

With sign up below you get access to the three sessions on 5-Sept, 12-Sept, and 19-Sept. You also get Greg's presentation deck and an excerpt of his book, 21st Century Enterprise Risk Management, available soon on Amazon. The sessions will be recorded, so you can access them again anytime.



Thurs 19-Sept 2013, 10-10:20am AEST

Risk management investments must produce a good return. Looking at the latest research on emerging best practices we draw a picture of how enterprise risk management should look going forward. 


Presented Thurs 12-Sept 2013 10-10:20am AEST

Risk Management lives or dies with the systems implemented to manage it. But 40% of software implementations fail! Plus, QMS and ERM have a dismal track record. Learn the secrets to putting in management systems in large organisations - ensuring the cultural change that's vital for success.


Presented Thurs 5-Sept 2013, 10-10:20am AEST

Get up to date on C-level perspectives on risk management with a quick review of the latest findings from KPMG Intl, leading actuarial firm Milliman, and the 2013 15th OpRisk conference.

More information about this series

Why are many risk management systems broken? What needs to be done to fix them? What are the pitfalls to avoid when deploying an ERM system? Whether you're new to risk management or a seasoned veteran, you'll learn effective approaches and emerging models that are backed by real-world examples.

  1. On Firing Failed Risk Practices: Risk management has traditionally focused on the downside—the "what if"—of risk: What if I get audited; will my documentation be in order? What if someone gets hurt? Risk has also traditionally been as siloed as many organizations, each functional area requiring its own unique parameters. Accounting and Finance is concerned with financial regulations; manufacturing is concerned about safety and equipment validation. To further complicate the situation, each functional area turned to a different software supplier to obtain the risk management solution that would meet their specific regulatory requirements. The goal was to stay out of trouble. Aside from the obvious IT application management nightmare the siloed, stay-out-of-trouble approach to risk management became a model for inefficiency and escalating costs.
  2. On Getting Implementation Right: Modern risk management philosophy goes beyond "staying out of trouble." It incorporates the upside of risk—the people and process efficiencies that result when a holistic risk management framework is integrated into all aspects of the business and aligned to specific business objectives.
  3. On the New Rules of Risk Management: Investments in risk management must produce a good return. In this session we see why many risk management systems are broken and what needs to be done to fix them. Whether you're new to risk management or a seasoned veteran, you'll learn effective approaches and emerging models that are backed by real-world examples.

Welcome to 21st century risk management.