Practical Enterprise Risk Management: Getting to the Truth
This book provides real-world experiences and practical, how-to guidance using methods that have been tested and refined over two decades in some of the world’s greatest companies.
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Practical Enterprise Risk Management: Getting to the Truth is written by an enterprise risk management (ERM) practitioner for the ERM practitioner and other professionals. The goal is to help management identify significant risks, effectively manage those risks, and add value to the organization through better achievement of strategic objectives.
The book includes a step-by-step description of two proven approaches to ERM, including supporting forms, tools, and templates that are also available online. It is applicable in all industries, all geographies, and all sizes of companies.
Throughout the book, author Larry Baker shares real-world experiences and ERM approaches, tools, and techniques that have resulted in better decision making and generated significant value for some of the world's greatest companies. It will be of interest to a wide range of professionals, including chief risk officers (CROs), vice presidents (VPs) of ERM, directors of ERM, ERM specialists, strategic planning leaders, corporate risk managers, and internal auditors (chief audit executives [CAEs], managers, supervisors, and staff).
About the Author:
Larry L. Baker, CRMA, CCSA, CPA, is an accomplished and high-impact internal audit and risk management executive with over 40,000 hours of hands-on, real-world ERM experience. He has been a featured speaker and member of The IIA for 30 years, providing thought leadership through global IIA committees, international and national conference presentations, and best practice articles. Recognized as an early U.S. pioneer of ERM, he has teamed with executive management to identify, measure, and report strategic risks and operational issues for many of the world's largest organizations. Most recently, Larry led the development and evolution of ERM at a Fortune 250 company.
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