ERM 2.0 Makes Everybody a Risk Manager

Smiechewicz, Walter
April 2009
Financial Executive;Apr2009, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p61
Academic Journal
The article discusses enterprise risk management (ERM). An ongoing financial crisis has demonstrated that even effective ERM structures can be overridden by a corporate culture intent on assuming excessive risk. ERM must now address that culture. One way is to better coordinate executive bonuses with the outcomes of risks they have taken.


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