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Enterprise risk management solutions: a case study

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In recent years, financial risk management has received increasing attention from managers in both private and public enterprises, regulatory agencies, and elected officials. The purpose of this research is to prepare a case study of a firm that seeks to provide a risk management solution for organizations. The case study resulted in a business plan, which was strategic in scope with a significant portion of the analysis concentrating on the firm's competitive positioning within the industry and an assessment of the direction the firm should move to achieve future success. This case study provides the sponsoring firm's management team with a comprehensive, realistic, and unbiased strategic analysis with several unique recommended courses of action for its future operating, management and financial decisions.
Published on 05/04/2019
Document details: 56 pages. 5 downloads.

Enterprise_Risk_Management_Best_Practices_Part3_

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This is a video 'Enterprise Risk Management Fundamentals, by Greg Carroll' uploaded for National College, South Bend, Indiana Campus; 8 July 2014. Uploaded by Gerard Arthus and released into the Public Domain under the Creative Commons License Non-Attribute. http://OpenEducation.org Go to the above site to find out more about the digitization of this item and the on-going attempt to help make 'Knowledge' and 'Information' available to everyone, anywhere, at any time, for no cost. There are many forces at work which are attempting to turn 'Public Domain' information into a commodity which some can milk for a profit. This parasitic use of information which should be freely available for all to access is an Intellectual Crime and should not be tolerated. Hi-resolution images included.
Published on 07/08/2014
Document details: 56 pages. 55 downloads.

Sylvia Lopez v. Risk Enterprise Management Limited

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Published on 01/18/2019
Document details: 56 pages. 55 downloads.

Billings v. Tristar Risk Enterprise Management, Inc.

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Published on 07/27/2017
Document details: 56 pages. 3 downloads.

DTIC ADA533236: Enterprise Risk Management: The Way Ahead for DRDC within the DND Enterprise

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Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is the process of managing risk from an organization-wide perspective, in order to achieve an organization's overall corporate objectives. This is often a high-level view of the general process of Integrated Risk Management (IRM) which brings a systematic and deliberate approach to the management of risk, integrated throughout the management culture at all levels. This paper examines the nature of ERM in order to make recommendations on the way ahead on ERM for DRDC within the DND enterprise. It explores ERM both from the perspective of DRDC's understanding and application internally, but also from the perspective of DRDC's possible contributions to the research and development of ERM tools and practice within DND. This paper describes: the general ERM process; the importance of a supportive ERM culture; the results of a DRDC management workshop on ERM; the practice of ERM within peer organisations; and suggestions for possible research areas in ERM. Two partial case studies demonstrate the application of enterprise risk management to high-level objectives, first to enterprise risk management itself and then to the science and technology program within DND.
Published on 08/04/2018
Document details: 55 pages. 4 downloads.

DTIC ADA483512: Enterprise Risk Management Solutions: A Case Study

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In recent years, financial risk management has received increasing attention from managers in both private and public enterprises, regulatory agencies, and elected officials. The purpose of this research is to prepare a case study of a firm that seeks to provide a risk management solution for organizations. The case study resulted in a business plan, which was strategic in scope with a significant portion of the analysis concentrating on the firm's competitive positioning within the industry and an assessment of the direction the firm should move to achieve future success. This case study provides the sponsoring firm's management team with a comprehensive, realistic, and unbiased strategic analysis with several unique recommended courses of action for its future operating, management and financial decisions.
Published on 06/23/2018
Document details: 55 pages. 6 downloads.

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) 20140011887: Exploration Systems Development (ESD) Approach to Enterprise Risk Management

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Exploration Systems Development (ESD) Division has implemented an innovative approach to Enterprise Risk Management under a unique governance structure and streamlined integration model. ESD's mission is to design and build the capability to extend human existence to deep space. The Enterprise consists of three Programs: Space Launch System (SLS), Orion, and Ground Systems Development and Operations (GSDO). The SLS is a rocket and launch system that will be capable of powering humans, habitats, and support systems to deep space. Orion will be the first spacecraft in history capable of taking humans to multiple destinations within deep space. GSDO is modernizing Kennedy's spaceport to launch spacecraft built and designed by both NASA and private industry. ESD's approach to Enterprise Risk Management is commensurate with affordability and a streamlined management philosophy. ESD Enterprise Risk Management leverages off of the primary mechanisms for integration within the Enterprise. The Enterprise integration approach emphasizes delegation of authority to manage and execute the majority of cross-program activities and products to the individual Programs, while maintaining the overall responsibility for all cross-program activities at the Division. The intent of the ESD Enterprise Risk Management approach is to improve risk communication, to avoid replication and/or contradictory strategies, and to minimize overhead process burden. This is accomplished by the facilitation and integration of risk information within ESD. The ESD Division risks, Orion risks, SLS risks, and GSDO risks are owned and managed by the applicable Program. When the Programs have shared risks with multiple consequences, they are jointly owned and managed. When a risk is associated with the integrated system that involves more than one Program in condition, consequence, or mitigation plan, it is considered an Exploration Systems Integration (ESI) Risk. An ESI risk may require visibility and risk handling by multiple organizations. The Integrated Risk Working Group (IRWG) is a small team of Risk experts that are responsible for collaborating and communicating best practices. In addition, the forum facilitates proper integration of risks across the Enterprise. The IRWG uses a Continuous Risk Management approach for facilitating the identification, analysis, planning, tracking, and controlling of ESI Risks. The ESD Division, Programs, and Integrated Task Teams identify ESI Risks. The IRWG maintains a set of metrics for understanding Enterprise Risk process and the overall Risk Posture. The team is also actively involved in the modeling of risk for Enterprise Performance Management. With the Enterprise being constrained in Schedule and Budget, and with significant technical complexity, the appropriate use of Risk Management techniques is crucial to the success of the Enterprise. The IRWG achieves this through the modified approach, providing a forum for collaboration on risks that cross boundaries between the separate entities.
Published on 11/16/2016
Document details: 1 pages. 14 downloads.

DTIC ADA509146: An Investigation of Network Enterprise Risk Management Techniques to Support Military Net-Centric Operations

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System security and information assurance requirements and specifications incorporated into the architectural design of a network enterprise must be driven by an adaptable and evolving network enterprise risk management plan. Network Risk Management must start at concept design and relate to the network's Concept of Operations. The purpose of this thesis is to examine some of the essential elements necessary in a network enterprise risk management plan for a complex global networked system similar to the Global Information Grid (GIG). It compares the current Department of Defense (DoD) framework for risk management with other popular network risk management process models. An important but difficult part of the risk management process is determining the value of network assets. Another important, but overlooked element of risk management processes, is evaluating the network for resiliency; the ability to return to normal in time to prevent the compromise of a mission. The contention is that risk management planning must include planning for network survivability and resiliency. Selected elementary network architectures are analyzed for attributes of the architectures that promote information assurance qualities of confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Finally, recommendations are made on applying important elements of network risk management into the conceptual architecture of a global network.
Published on 07/23/2018
Document details: 186 pages. 5 downloads.

MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT IN THE DoD ENTERPRISE NETWORK: FACTORS FOR RISK MANAGEMENT, INTEGRATION, AND IT ACQUISITION

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The Office of the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer (DoD CIO) has developed a mobile device strategy that will require the DoD information technology (IT) system acquisition process to acquire a mobile device management (MDM) toolset to mitigate information assurance (IA) risks created through the use of mobile devices on the enterprise domain. In an effort to target affordability and control cost growth, IT professionals need to understand how IA concerns are addressed through MDM and how properly scoped solutions can be sourced to reduce project risks related to cost, schedule, and performance for projects that involve obtaining an MDM toolset through the DoD acquisition process. This research develops a mixed method study to understand the concerns of federal information technology professionals who are knowledgeable on MDM and the acquisition professionals who procure the MDM solutions. In this research, the authors provide DoD professionals with a framework to select optimal MDM solutions through the identification of baseline requirements in order to operate effectively in a resource constrained environment.
Published on 05/02/2019
Document details: 188 pages. 3 downloads.

Improving SPAWAR PEO C4I organizational alignment to better enable enterprise technical risk management

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This thesis examined how the Navy's Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I) has performed enterprise risk management (ERM). Based on ERM literature, the study developed an analytical framework to assess PEO C4I's ERM practices against documented ERM best practices, including evaluating a new risk in terms of its impact on existing risks and ensuring risks are managed at the most detailed level possible. The thesis also utilized organizational alignment literature to include organizational alignment principles in the evaluation. Key principles include 1) every employee has the responsibility to manage risk and 2) multiple teams are able to manage a single risk. The resultant analytical framework was applied to PEO C4I and documented for application to other organizations. PEO C4I performed well in the areas of 1) evaluating risks in areas other than the originating program office and 2) providing the framework to elevate risks to leadership. PEO C4I could use improvement in cross-team risk coordination and development of enterprise models to provide context for enterprise risks. Recommended interventions focus on having more functional areas involved in risk mitigation and developing a common enterprise architecture to improve understanding of potential areas of risk.
Published on 04/25/2019
Document details: 114 pages. 1 download.
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