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Leadership & Management Column
Monitoring emerging trends, customer likes and dislikes, and understanding unmet customer needs can determine how rapid a rate of incline or decline your business experiences. Companies spend millions of dollars conducting surveys of customers, potential customers, industry experts and key opinion leaders to determine if their products or services effectively meet, exceed or miss market expectations.
The economic horizon was showing signs of new life and your business-improving Orders were up, but you have concerns that you have stretched the length of your supply chain
Ever since the days of Jesse James, banks have always been a target of those after fast cash, but now, cybercrime is becoming the new Wild West of quiet, quick theft. Find out what the enterprise can do to mitigate cyber risks to its financial assets.
Our journey on the road to transforming to an Enterprise Risk Management based program, one of the more traditional security sweet spots, is our next area of focus.
In today’s “Internet of Everything,” most enterprises dramatically underestimate the extent and scope of cyber-based attacks.
People are always viewed as the most important asset in your enterprise. There has been a significant amount of press about the increasing levels of external risk an enterprise must face on a day-to-day basis.
Risk intelligence is the final and probably one of the most important of the core elements which must be established when building a successful and effective enterprise risk management program.
Previously in this series we have addressed leading by understanding and embracing ERM. We also covered establishing polices, procedures and processes as the foundation of implementing the core values, operating philosophy and compliance requirements necessary to survive as a viable entity.
Nothing is more basic than effectively communicating.