- September 2, 2010
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In 2008 APQC conducted its second collaborative benchmarking study on enterprise risk management, Risky Business II: Enterprise Risk Management as a Core Management Process. This article shares insights and examples of risk-adjusted planning from Robert Torok, an executive consultant with IBM Global Business Services, who presented during the study. Risk-adjusted planning is the first of the four major functions used to integrate enterprise risk management into the organization.