The concept of Risk Management plays a role to identify the elements of risk prevention, and risk mitigation. Risks involve no legal consequences until the actual event occurs and heavy risk should not be allowed to happen without identification. On the other hand you need to take calculated risks.
Under normal circumstances, as the current credit and financial crisis has proved, the normal approach to Risk Management is often recognized, only when it was too late to take any effective action.

The Riskability doctrine is based on recognizing the retroactive identification of risks. When an event involving a certain element of risk does occur, it is then concluded that there had been a risk factor beforehand. Therefore that risk was not predictable and yet that it was measurable. There cannot be some compensation for an event before it occurs. The Riskability Doctrine is based on liability solely related to risks. If the enterprise had eliminated all liability based on harm or damage, and had founded liability solely based on risk, the CEO/CFO would probably have come up with very similar provisions.


 

The Riskability® Process -
Introducing Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Learn how to define the risk terminology and select the right GRC Framework that ties into corporate objectives.

The Riskability Project -
Risk Management & Internal Audit - How to track EGRCM Effectiveness

Learn how to determine what exactly you want to achieve through ERM. Why is Ethics and Risk important? What to track and how to track the effectiveness of GRC through ERM (EGRCM).
 

The Riskability Roadmap -
Building the EGRCM Plan & Implementation Challenges

Understand the connection between processes like risk assessment to risk evaluation, as well as which other issues need to be addressed to build a concrete EGRCM platform. Learn how to assess the implementation challenges.

The Riskability Canon -
Applying the EGRC principles to the Riskability doctrine Short description

Within the EGRCM framework, understand how to Focus on addressing the enterprise Supply-Chain, Global Corruption, Fraud, Third-Party Risk, and Records Management' issues and strategies.
 

The Riskability Exercise -
Creating a EGRCM culture and technology deployment Short description

Understand how to integrate culture in Riskability and the importance of technology in EGRCM implementation.

The Riskability Integration -
Integrating strategies and HR in EGRCM. Steps to leverage the impact of EGRCM mandates

Understand how to integrate Strategy and HR in EGRCM and get acquainted with the procedures that leverage impact of good governance and compliance mandates for adding value.




The Riskability® approach prepares you to address the current and next generation of Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance issues.

2010 witnessed significant changes in the way corporations understand and manage their Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance issues. The Riskability® approach focuses is on continuous monitoring of controls, key risks and identify and respond to accounting inaccuracies, policy violations and process breakdowns. The Riskability® approach provides the best practices you need for quantifying and communicating the business value of your Risk & Compliance program
Riskability® deals with the issues of bigger responsibility, better scrutiny and greater regulatory pressures that corporations experience. Riskability® helps you stay abreast due to the 'built in' IT tools, templates and techniques that will help you to address the challenges by moving from reactive to proactive programs and integrate it to your current Risk and Compliance environment.

The Riskability® sessions/workshops can be held from day to 5 days. Contact info@riskability.org for further information on dates and availability.









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