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Measuring and Monitoring Risk, Control and Compliance Management

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Category Risk Managment; Goverance and Risk Compliance; Measuring and Monitoring Risk

Deadline: March 20, 2018 | Date: March 20, 2018

Venue/Country: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colora, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-02-14 19:30:56 (GMT+9)

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Any management process involves measuring and monitoring – so it is with risk, control and compliance management. To do so effectively and efficiently, think of the three topics as one, as integrated, and as related to the outputs of business processes. So, we begin by reviewing the typical business process framework, in the context of, and interacting with, outside related parties. This session will review and define more fully this business process framework and typical business processes, and how they should be monitored and measured in regard to risk, control and compliance. Tools will be described and their uses will be illustrated


You should attend if you are afraid of stakeholder reactions to the bad press from such matters as auditor comments about poor control, of regulator comments and ensuing actions due to compliance issues, and/or of unexpected performance problems due to failures to mitigate risks effectively or failures to anticipate risks. Building monitoring into all business processes, and having in place objective means of measuring and reporting on monitoring of risk, control and compliance can reduce the concerns about exposures to bad press.


The session will define what a business process is, and will present a business process framework and its component processes, activities and task; and then, for each activity, will identify its inputs, outputs, the controls and constraints on it, and the tools and mechanisms – including the performers themselves -- used to perform it, so that it provides an integrated view of work.

The session will look more closely at how business processes can be defined and organized, to shape measuring, monitoring and managing.An organization has three types of related and reinforcing business processes: design processes for defining and directing what is to be done, execution processes for doing what is to be done, and monitoring processes – is for confirming that by doing “it,” the intended results are achieved.


Learn how to apply business-process design, measurement and monitoring – business-process management – for risk, control and compliance management; and why this approach is more effective and efficient than functional management


Leaders and members of cross-functional teams dealing with risk, control and compliance management. This can include operations, accounting, IT, auditing, and line and staff personnel


Until his recent retirement from PwC, Mr. Schwartz had been the partner responsible for the consumer products industry management consulting practice in its Eastern Region. He also had led the financial management practice. Previously, Mr. Schwartz was a senior vice president of Booz, Allen & Hamilton Inc., playing lead roles in the financial management, risk and controls, operations management, systems, and telecommunications practices; and had been responsible in the Eastern Region for the financial management services practice and for the administrative management services practice.

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Ticket Price:

Live Webinar : $159

Recorded Webinar : $199

Training DVD or USB Flash Drive : $379

Super Combo Offer 1 : $289

Super Combo Offer 2 : $429

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