This workshop aims to give participants:
This broad overview to Enterprise Risk Management will help any organisation looking to build out their risk department.
This workshop will give your organisation the framework to move forward with the Enterprise Risk Management process. With templates customized for your firm this workshop will give you everything you need to start identifying risks.
One key element of success in the ERM process is ensuring everyone is unified in the methodology and language. This workshop will clarify the methodology your firm will use and create a standard set of fields to use in your risk register. This approach poises organisations for successful risk management.
Risk Identification is one of the most important elements of the ERM process. This workshop will enable organisation to better gather and disseminate key information to better identify risks and opportunities for the organisation from every perspective.
This workshop is all about control identification and is the process of identifying and describing existing, planned and desired controls that mitigate an organisation’s risks.
The focus of this workshop is to enable an organisation to understand the likelihood and impact of the risks identified by the organisation. Properly implementing this step is critical to an organisation mitigating their risks long term.
The goal of this workshop is to ensure that the system an organisation implements is successful in mitigating organisational risks. Where the system fails to be effective new measures need to be put in place to ensure that the risk process is working effectively.
It’s important that an organisation regularly reviews the risks they've identified and the controls they've put in place. As an organisation grows the risks it faces will constantly shift, and it’s important that the system in place to identify risks and mitigate them shifts to meet those changes. We offer ongoing consulting to review any part of the ERM process with organisations and identify areas which should be more robust.