On Tuesday, May 8, 2018 @ 6PM-8PM

Presented by Thomas H. Stanton

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Description:

“What are the risks that could prevent our organization from meeting its objectives?” Answering this simple question allows leaders and managers to identify and address major risks that could harm their organization and its performance. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) helps to improve the culture of a private firm or government agency to enhance the flow of information, up and down the hierarchy, across silos, and with stakeholders, so that organizations consider not only the risks they already manage, but also major risks that may emerge in today’s complex environment.

Presenter Bio:

Thomas H. Stanton is a past president of the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (www.AFERM.org), and a former member of the federal Senior Executive Service. He teaches on the adjunct faculty of Johns Hopkins University and is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. His book, Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail: Governance and Management Lessons from the Financial Crisis (Oxford University Press, 2012) has just been translated into Chinese. Mr. Stanton co-edited the first book on ERM in government, Managing Risk and Performance: A Guide for Government Decision Makers (Wiley & Sons, 2014), and is currently working on a second one. Many of his writings can be found at www.thomas-stanton.com.