All organizations operate in a risk environment, but all too often, they either don’t realize it or they don’t develop a strategy to deal with the risks. In this session, we will explore how risks work in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and how they can develop a strategy to identify, evaluate, and mitigate those risks. This program will not teach how to eliminate risks, but how to strategize how to reduce their total effect. We will liberally use case studies of both for-profit and not-for-profit companies to bridge the gap between concept and actual implementation.
Overview of ERM and how it affects all organizations, Risk tolerance and developing a plan, Risk identification, Risk analysis, Risk responses, Strategy risk
Experience in financial management of a small or midsize company
Understand how risks can both positively and negatively affect the organization, Determine the nature of risk in both large and small organizations, Understand the tolerance for risk in the organization, Match risks to proper strategy, Perform risk analysis and evaluations, See how the strategy of the organization represents risk
Arthur G. Pulis has been actively involved in training and consulting since 1981. During that time he has been awarded numerous awards as a training professional by state CPA societies, banking organizations, and the AICPA, where he was included among the top seminar leaders several times. Prior to entering consulting, Pulis had a varied career in financial services having worked for The Bank of New York and other banks in New Jersey. For several years, he was founder and chief operating officer of Horizon Creditcorp, which was then the world’s largest yacht finance company.
Non-Member Price $205.00
Member Price $155.00