Organizational Structures for Enterprise Risk Management



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Various organizational structures can effectively support risk management at the enterprise level. The best-practice organizations benchmarked in APQC’s 2009 best practice study Risky Business II: Enterprise Risk Management as a Core Management Process are excellent examples of the different ways to establish accountability and reporting structures for enterprise risk management (ERM) initiatives.

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