In this session, the team from the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) Office of the Chief Risk Officer highlighted a variety of practices, tools, and techniques they’ve developed and deployed in implementing ERM, including a Risk Advocate Program, Risk Awareness Week and Risk Spotlight Series, ERM Self-Assessments and Peer Reviews, the Executive Risk Committee (ERC), Risk Working Group (RWG), an Enterprise Risk Channel, and more. Participants will receive a variety of templates and samples they can take back and adapt for use in their own organizations.
From the C-suite to the Front Line – Practical Approaches for Engaging the Entire Organization in ERM – 2019
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