Risk Management by Design
A Blueprint for Federated Enterprise Risk Management
Organizations are best served to take a federated approach to risk management that allows different projects, processes, and departments to have their view of risk that can roll into enterprise and operational risk management and reporting. This is done through a common risk management strategy, process, information, and technology architecture to support overall risk management activities from the process level up through an enterprise view. Organizations need to clearly understand the breadth and depth of their risk management strategy and process requirements and select the right information and technology architecture that is agile and flexible to meet the range of risk management needs today and into tomorrow.
- Monitoring and Managing Risk Effectively
- Challenge to Boards, Executives, and Risk Management Professionals
- Understand the Interrelationship of Risk and Its Impact
- Providing 360° Contextual Awareness of Risk
- Risk Management by Design
- Different Approaches Organizations Take in Managing Risk
- Risk Management Strategic Plan
- Risk Management Architecture
- Risk Management Process Architecture
- Risk Management Information & Technology Architecture
- GRC 20/20’s Final Perspective
- Growing in Risk Management Maturity
- About GRC 20/20 Research, LLC
- Research Methodology
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