Risk-Adjusted Reporting: Enterprise Risk Management



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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 reporting, the third of the four major functions used to integrate enterprise risk management into the organization, examines the levels organizations pass through to maturity, and the tools used at each level. 

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