Breakout Session 6B — ERM Success within Government: Culture over Process

Process, management, and resources are the necessary tools for ERM to operate. But culture is what makes the operations a success. Without culture, ERM will simply become an inefficient task to be performed periodically and with little confidence in its accuracy and ultimate value-added to stakeholders. In this session we will focus on developing a (more…)

Digital Demo — Archer for Quantitative Risk “Insights”

Government organizations can achieve better decision-support with risk quantification and Archer Insight. Archer Insight’s simplified risk quantitative methodology leverages bowtie analysis and Monte Carlo simulations across all ERM risks, not just cyber risks. Financial and numeric risk outputs support actionable risk decisions.

Breakout Session 5B — Unlocking influence to Create ERM Demand

Take a deep dive into one of the most marginalized principles of ISO31000 and when used to its fullest potential, it can provide a demand for ERM that draws and captivates your organization. ERM practitioners will learn how to reach beyond ERM to meet ISO31000 compliancy while leveraging science to create energy and momentum for (more…)

Breakout Session 5A — Value Based Management in Government

Risk management, to be effective and have optimum impact, must contribute directly to building agency stakeholder value. Integrating risk management with cost and performance management is critical. ERM then becomes a key element of building agency strategic value for all stakeholders, rather than a topic of interest only to risk professionals. Session presenters will include (more…)

Breakout Session 4C — Risk University 2.0 — Going beyond training to an integrated educational experience

This session will cover how the Veterans Health Administration took an in-depth, integrated approach to providing risk management education. Risk University goes beyond “how-to” and emphasizes the “why” of effective risk management. VHA risk professionals will discuss how the course was developed, the unique cohort approach to the course and the heavy emphasis on culture (more…)

Breakout Session 4B — Developing and Implementing Risk Appetite

Risk appetite is arguably one of the most powerful tools in the ERM toolbox…and also one of the most difficult to develop and implement. Organizations often do not take enough risk in pursuit of their strategic objectives, ultimately creating an over-controlled environment and inefficient use of resources. Risk appetite empowers organizations and individuals to make (more…)

Breakout Session 4A — Leveraging Technology and Data Analysis to Implement Robust Risk Monitoring and Management

Data analysis and supporting technology solutions have significant capabilities to assist with the maturity of an organization’s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program, as well as support agency decision-making. Many agencies have leveraged the capabilities of technology and other data analysis tools to build robust risk monitoring and management processes in particular domains such as pandemic (more…)