MCD4 - Enterprise And Strategic Risk Management (NEW)

Level Advanced.
Course Description Against the backdrop of geopolitical tensions and technological disruption, the concept of a world marked by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) has gained traction. Applied to organisations, there is heightened expectations for directors to understand, identify and manage risks, as well as balance stakeholders’ expectations. The integration of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) into the business strategy can help the board create and preserve value for the company. This session is a deep dive into strategic risk areas that warrant attention at the director level.
Course Objectives
  1. Understand the evolving expectations of directors, with a view to balance their governance oversight and risk management roles.
  2. Provide insights into developing an ERM strategy that enables value preservation and value creation within an organisation.
  3. Identify strategic risk areas that require directors to take on an active role.
  4. Explore how strategic risk areas can be mitigated through internal controls.
Course Outline
  1. Evolving landscape of ERM and expectations of directors.
  2. Building an ERM strategy for value preservation and value creation.
  3. Managing strategic risks: brand and reputation, ethics, strategic, sustainability.
  4. Decluttering the role of directors in ERM.
Target Audience
Directors seeking to sharpen their adaptation of risks at the board level.
Course Duration Half day.
Format Presentation with case studies, group discussions and sharing by high-profile speakers.
Course Fees
(including 7% GST)
SID member: $481.50    Non-member: $663.40
CPD Hours 4 hours.

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