Enterprise Risk Management – Why Should I Care? – 25 May 2016
“Professional Development Event”
Buffet Style Dinner: 6:00 p.m. To 7:00 p.m.
(Please bring $20.00 cash for the buffet)
Presentation: 7:00 p.m. To 9:00 p.m.
Students who do not wish to take part in the dinner and networking may arrive at 6:45 p.m. for the 7:00 p.m. presentation — $5.00 at the door.
Centurion Conference & Event Center,170 Colonnade Rd, Ottawa, ON K2E 7J5
It’s time to evolve from our current traditional risk management thinking, practices and protocols, and to start incorporating a contemporary and current business best practice, known as Enterprise Risk Management.
As a Quality Professional, you are in a great position to help initiate the move toward ERM in your organization.
As a Quality Professional, you are in a great position to help initiate the move toward ERM in your organization. In this presentation we will explore the benefits of utilizing ERM as an integrated management system, in any organization.
In this talk, we will first define ERM versus traditional risk management. We will then introduce you to the four quadrants of ERM, covering all key areas of any business. We will also discuss basic ERM framework options, along with a brief look inside the ISO 31000 ERM standard and framework with an overview of supporting processes. We will wrap things up by exploring strategies for building what I call a ‘Light version of Enterprise Risk Management,’ otherwise known as Business Continuity Management.
There will be an interactive question and answer period following the presentation.Presenter:
Steve Grieveson, CHRL is a visionary management consultant. He is a values-based leader, using his business acumen to achieve positive and sustainable business results through people and process levers. Steve brings strategic analysis and a systems view (including human factors) to business processes. He has a passion for continuous improvement and innovation and aims for sustainable results.
Steve has led many successful high performing technical, professional and middle management teams within various industry sectors. He is a certified HR and OD professional as well as Black Belt in Six Sigma. He has a background in engineering, architecture, human resource and organization development and Enterprise Risk Management.
Steve is also very active in the community, volunteering with many diverse not-for-profits and charities, and has served on many Boards of Directors.