Resolver is proud to be participating in this exclusive webinar series hosted by Norman Marks and Richard Anderson.
Richard Anderson, the former Chairman of the Institute of Risk Management and well-known risk manager and Norman Marks, the renowned Risk Management author and evangelist, invite you to take part in two webinars. When board members and top executives are asked whether the risk management program at their organization is helping them set and execute their organization’s strategies, relatively few say “yes”.
Norman Marks and Richard Anderson have been working with boards and executives, as well as practitioners, for many years. They both focus on how risk management can be effective, enabling more informed decisions that consider risk and deliver higher levels of performance – while acting with remaining in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
In this short webinar series, which will be followed in 2016 by full day, in-person sessions where they will host a conversation about effective risk management, Richard and Norman will share their thoughts on some of the most pressing issues relative to effective risk management.
Date: December 1st, 2015
Time: 11am EST
In this webinar, Norman Marks and Richard Anderson will discuss two related topics. The first is the relationship between the strategies set by the organization, its governance, and risks to its objectives. Their conversation will address:
The second topic is one that is heavily debated among practitioners, whether the concepts of risk appetite and tolerance can be applied effectively in practice. Areas they will cover include:
Date: December 8th, 2015
Time: 11am EST
Any organization is an assembly of people: people who take risk as they manage and direct the enterprise; people who decide how much risk is acceptable or even desirable; and provide oversight of the management of risk across the extended enterprise.
Organizational culture has been the topic of study for many years.
Richard Anderson and Norman Marks will share their views on this complex subject. They will cover: