Enterprise Risk Management
Enterprise Risk is a growing discipline in leading business schools because of the need to address potential business derailleurs. In this complex, volatile and uncertain business environment, leaders must avoid all the endless opportunities to make bad decisions. The question then becomes, how do you balance risk versus reward?
The reality is…proactive management of risk is not a just-in-case solution, but an opportunity to strengthen your core business and ultimately drive cash flow.
In this course, our team of faculty and industry experts will equip you with the necessary risk mitigation tools to effectively develop and implement risk strategy and appropriate scenario planning through critical and systems thinking. Our faculty, risk experts who represent a range of key business areas, will provide real-world case studies, insights and experiences to help you navigate the macroeconomic forces, competition and organizational drivers affecting the risk environment of your business today.
May 8 – 10, 2017
The Enterprise Risk Management program features core topics drawn from our rigorous graduate degree programs. The innovative curriculum is for experienced professionals looking to:
- Leave with real tools to help you make better risk/reward decisions
- Obtain financial tools to objectively balance risk/reward
- Manage operational, legal and ethical risks using real world corporate examples of scandals and violations
- Minimize financial reporting risk at public and non-public firms
- Evaluate internal control and elements of the fraud triangle in assessing fraud risk
- Obtain strategies for how to mitigate cyber threats from all directions
- Balance privacy and transparency
- Understand strategic leadership tools to balance whole systems in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world
Kerry Plemmons has more than 30 years of entrepreneurial experience with success in launching and running small and medium-sized businesses in the U.S. and Mexico. As an executive with Starbucks, Plemmons opened stores in the western U.S. and Canada, ran several test-market innovations and led operations for a couple hundred stores. Since joining Daniels full time in 2004, Plemmons has consulted senior executives at companies such as MillerCoors, Microsoft, Monte Vista Cooperative, Anadarko Oil, Western Union and more.
Gary Farmar is an associate professor in the Reiman School of Finance. In addition to finance courses, he also lectures for the School of Accountancy. Gary brings 30 years of executive financial and accounting experience from his career in business, and is an executive at Newmont Mining.
Lisa M. Victoravich’s expertise is in judgment decision making research including escalation of commitment, mood and emotions and the effects of public policy. She also conducts research on corporate governance and executive compensation at U.S. and European banking firms. She is an associate professor in the School of Accountancy.
Corey Ciocchetti is Department Chair and an associate professor and Chair of
Ethics Department with legal and organizational management experience.
John Holcomb is a professor in Ethics and Legal Studies with extensive background in corporate governance and responsibility
Jim Blair is resident of an enterprise risk consulting company and brings over 16 years of risk management experience, previously working with AT&T and US West
Who Should Attend
Non-Credit with 20% discount (DU Alumni & Daniels Corporate Partners)—$1,200
Non-Credit with 30% discount (Non-profits, Military, Government)—$1,050
For 2 Graduate Level Credits—$2,516
For 2 Credits with 20% discount (Daniels Alumni)—$2,012.80