May 24, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. ET David McElroy, Director Product, Healthcare, Riskonnect, Inc.
Are you leveraging your enterprise risk platform to respond to as quickly as possible to a patient-safety event?
The safety of patients, employees, and visitors depends on your ability to respond quickly to a safety event or a complaint. Slow response can compromise safety, which could result in lower Medicare reimbursement rates, higher regulatory penalties – and damage to your reputation.
Riskonnect’s Patient Safety software effectively manages patient safety, patient experience, root cause analysis, and non-clinical rounding. The software tracks and manages incidents, complaints and grievances, and follow-up actions to manage the full incident lifecycle from one place. Complete and accurate information is captured with intuitive, accessible forms – and the right people are alerted so issues can be swiftly addressed.Join us as we spotlight our patient-safety solution to see how to:
Find and resolve issues before they escalate.
Use results to improve patient outcomes.
Gain deeper insight into issues to fix problems for good.
The SEC’s announcement is the latest in a series of moves toward mandatory reporting requirements on a global scale, joining the EU’s Proposal on Corporate and Supply Chain Due Diligence, and the U.K.’s Sustainability Disclosure Requirements.
With the transition from voluntary to mandatory disclosure, many companies are challenged with knowing where to start, how to do it, and what is needed to meet the new requirements.
Join this session to learn how to help your business overcome the challenges of mandatory reporting on Scope 3 and climate-related risk.addressed. You’ll gain perspective on:
Why businesses need to evolve to manage ESG risk
How to collect data efficiently from your operations – supply chain
What to look for in technology to maximize the return on your business’s ESG investments
How you can meet the deadline – and add value to your business
ESG Risks Are Rising. Are You Prepared for the Scrutiny?
June 9, 2022 @ 11:00 am ET Keith Fortson, Head of ESG Strategy and Innovation, Riskonnect Tim Archer, Partner, Global Net Zero, Deloitte Mark Bethell, Partner, Deloitte
How companies disclose and report environmental, social, and governance-related activities are under increased scrutiny, leaving businesses exposed to an expanding range of risks in their operations and supply chains.
The threat of new regulatory enforcement, shareholder activism, and societal concerns around these issues are intensifying the pressure on businesses to comply.
While much of the focus to date has been on climate risk and the impact on risk financing, reputational risks are equally important, as organizations increasingly find themselves held accountable for an expanding range of ESG issues.
Join this session to hear from business leaders on how ESG issues are changing the business landscape – and what you can do to be compliant while meeting the expectations of your stakeholders.
You’ll gain perspective on:
Which ESG risks represent the most concern and greatest opportunity for businesses
How ESG issues are expected to change the regulatory environment
Why businesses need to evolve to manage increased exposure to ESG risks
Third-Party GRC/Risk: Enabling an Agile & Resilient Third-Party Relationships
June 16, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. ET Michael Rasmussen, The GRC Pundit @ GRC 20/20
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Disruption, resiliency, risk . . . these all come to mind when we think of the extended enterprise of supply-chain and third-party relationships. The modern organization is not defined by brick-and-mortar walls and traditional employees but is an extended web of third-party relationships.
Organizations are no longer defined by hard and fast borders. Today’s organizations are shades of gray in nested relationships and dependencies.
As such, the organization needs to have an agile and resilient third-party risk management program. Resiliency is the ability to recover quickly from an event, while agility is the ability to see what is coming and react to avoid an event or minimize its impact. The extended enterprise needs to be both resilient and agile, which requires an integrated strategy for third-party risk across the organization.
You’ll learn how to:
Identify the web of interconnected third-party risks.
Manage third-party relationships to minimize risk exposure and maximize resiliency.
Monitor the environment to see what is developing to boost agility in third-party relationships.
Enable an agile and resilient third-party risk program with technology.
June 21, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. ET Elliott Yama, Director ESG Product Marketing, Riskonnect, Inc.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues are rapidly changing the risk landscape for businesses. Every day’s headlines bring new understanding that risk leaders–indeed, all organizational leaders–face new challenges to more effectively manage climate-change initiatives, regulatory enforcement, shareholder activism, and societal concerns about the environmental, social, and governance impacts of their business operations and supply chains.
What’s Really the Difference Between a GRC and ERM/IRM Approach?
July 21, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. ET Jason Mefford, CEO, cRisk Academy | President, Mefford Associates
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GRC, ERM and IRM have very different meanings and processes to different people, and everyone thinks they are right. How can we all work together when we are seeing the world from very different points of view? We can’t, which is why so much of this work that should be integrated and harmonized is still done in silos, defeating the underlying purpose.
August 25, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. ET Rob Quail, Principal and Owner, Robert Quail Consulting
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Key Risk Indicators are an excellent tool for building senior executive ownership and participation in ERM. Yet they are an often-misunderstood element of an effective ERM program. How can you identify the right KRIs for your organization?
Design and implementation of an ERM program starts with the overall governance objectives of the program, the role of risk taking in building and protecting the organization, the nature of key business processes within the enterprise, and the focus and competency of the organization.
In this webinar, noted ERM expert Rob Quail will share best practices for KRI development. He’ll help you understand:
What is the relationship between KRIs and KPIs?
What are the steps to select and develop a robust set of KRIs?
How can you set KRI thresholds that will trigger action?
What is the role of senior executives in establishing and using KRIs?
What are the keys to driving acceptance for KRIs among decision makers and risk owners?
Where do KRIs fit relative to other aspects of a mature ERM program, such as risk appetite and tolerances, risk criteria, risk assessment and evaluation processes, risk registry, and risk reporting?
Traditional boundaries of the organization have fallen in favor of an enterprise that extends to third-party relationships. The issues with your third parties — suppliers, contractors, vendors, consultants, outsourcers, service providers, and more – are YOUR issues.
In the era of ESG – environmental, social, governance – focus is shifting outward to ensure that the supply chain and third-party relationships share the same values as the organization. Organizations need an integrated strategy across ESG risk areas to see the full picture of integrity and risk across the extended enterprise of third-party relationships.
You’ll learn how to:
Define your values and integrity within the context of the extended enterprise.
Assess third-party relationships for integrity-related risks.
Monitor developments that could impact the risk to the extended enterprise.
Utilize technology to manage, monitor, and report on ESG and the integrity of the extended enterprise.
Are there Cognitive Biases in Your Risk Assessment?
November 17, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. ET Jason Mefford,Featuring: CEO, cRisk Academy | President, Mefford Associates
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Whether you realize it or not, your risk assessment is full of cognitive biases. That means you might think you’ve captured the high risks, when the reality is that you are horribly exposed to risks you either minimized or didn’t see altogether. And you might not even realize it.
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