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ERM - Enterprise Risk Management. Issues and Cases. The Wiley Finance Series

  • ID: 2586678
  • Book
  • April 2014
  • 280 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Enterprise–wide risk management (ERM) is recognized as an important framework and tool for organizational leaders. By linking risk management directly to strategy, organizations are beginning to identify and treat risks that may not have been contemplated in traditional operational risk management processes. As implied by the ISO 31000 standard, the ERM process aims at optimizing the impact of uncertainty on any organization through a portfolio approach to both threats and opportunities.

In theory the concept of ERM is sound. However, many questions remain. How successful have other organizations been in their ERM implementation? What issues and problems are organizations facing in their ERM execution? How are others measuring the impact of ERM in their organizations given that there is not yet an agreed upon measurement of what represents a successful ERM programme?

ERM – Enterprise Risk Management: Issues and Cases provides practical answers to these questions. This book contains interviews with senior risk management professionals from organizations that are in various stages of ERM implementation. It also includes case studies that provide the reader with insight on how to begin, maintain, and evaluate the effectiveness of an ERM programme. In addition to these case studies and interviews, the contributing authors provide suggested solutions to some of the problems that have vexed enterprise risk managers, including ethics, group dynamics, identifying and managing strategy, disturbances and business continuity, adequate and relevant data, risk to reputation, communication, and governance and compliance.

Written for the practicing risk professional and those who aspire to enter the risk profession, this book provides an extensive bibliography for further study as well as empirical evidence that can be used as a starting point for further research.

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Contributor List vii

About the Editors ix

Acknowledgements x

Introduction xi

ISO 31000 and Guide 73: 2009 Select Terms and Their Definitions xvii


1 Establishing the Internal and External Contexts 3

1.1 Managing Risks to Enable Strategy 3
Jean–Paul Louisot and Christopher Mandel

1.2 Strategy, Constraint, Risk Management and the Value Chain 12
Christopher Ketcham and Kevin W. Knight

1.3 The Risk of Group Decision Making within Organizations: A Synthesis 19
Daniel A. Gaus

2 Risk Assessment 41

2.1 Risk Quantification: Cornerstone for Rational Risk Management 41
Jean–Paul Louisot, Laurent Condamin and Patrick Naim

2.2 Brief Overview of Cindynics 48
Georges–Yves Kervern and Jean–Paul Louisot

2.3 Risk Assessment or Exposure Diagnostic 56

2.4 Managing the Collection of Relevant Data for an ERM Program: The Importance of Efficient and Neutral Questionnaires 84
Sophie Gaultier–Gaillard

2.5 Enterprise Risk Analytics Systems 96
Richard Connelly and Jean–Paul Louisot

2.6 Emerging Enterprise Risks Facing the US Healthcare Industry 103

3 Select and Implement the Appropriate Risk Management Technique 109

3.1 Risk to Reputation 109
Sophie Gaultier–Gaillard, Jean–Paul Louisot and Jenny Rayner

3.2 Disturbance Management 123
Jean–Paul Louisot

4 Monitor Results and Revise 135

4.1 Business Ethics and Risk Management 135
Marc Ronez

4.2 Governance, Risk, Compliance: The New Paradigm of Risk Management 146
Jean–Paul Louisot

5 Communicate and Consult 155

5.1 Communication as a Risk Mitigation Tool 155
Jean–Paul Louisot


6 Case Study Protocol 165

7 Case Study: Risk Management Implementation in China 167
Duojia (Doug) Lu

8 Case Study: Agreeing Upon the Scope of the Project and the Job of the ERM Risk Manager 187
Christopher Ketcham

9 Case Study: Wellcome Trust 191
Fiona Davidge Interviewed by Jean–Paul Louisot

10 Case Study: Large Health Insurer in the US 199
Anonymous Interviewed by Christopher Ketcham

11 Case Study: Three Steps for Bringing Risk Management Back in House 217
Renee Reimer Interviewed by Christopher Ketcham

12 Case Study: University of California 229
Grace Crickette Interviewed by Christopher Ketcham

13 Case Study: Managing Risk at the OPAC du Rhone 241
Samiha Viand Interviewed by Jean–Paul Louisot

ERM References for Practitioners 249

Further Reading 253

Index 255

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Jean–Paul Louisot
Christopher H. Ketcham
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