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In the study measuring effects of enterprise risk management (ERM) maturity—as  defined by the RIMS Risk Maturity Model (RMM) assessment—no attribute had a more meaningful impact on bottom line corporate value than Performance Management. The correlation is not an accident. While many organizations say they have an effective handle on risk, their ability to execute [...]

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Last week, we introduced the latest findings from studies of the RIMS Risk Maturity Model. In an effort to explain the model and results of the study more fully, it’s beneficial to break the RMM into each of its attributes. Here we’ll examine the first two attributes of an effective ERM program, ERM Based Approach [...]


Pictured above, left to right, are RIMS Executive Director Mary Roth; Zakia Campbell, vice president, Spencer Educational Foundation and executive vice president, Willis NA; competition winners Cathleen Gabriel, Steven Costa and Martin Leicht; and Carolyn Snow, RIMS president and director of risk management for Humana Inc. Not pictured is winner William Thorsson. Photo by Joseph [...]


DENVER— At today’s RIMS 2014 Awards Luncheon, the risk management society issued its top marks of distinction for leadership and achievement in the industry. RIMS’ most prestigious honor, the Harry and Dorothy Goodell Award went to Mark DeLillo, director of risk management for Taylor Morrison, Inc., in Scottsdale, Ariz (pictured above with RIMS President Carolyn [...]