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There has been increased attention and articles about the integration of enterprise performance management and risk management.

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Comments (1)
Well this is interesting in terms of the way this article presents risk management.

Certainly the profession may not be one that requires people or that investors would rely on if the risk appetite concept was truly the reason behind or purpose of risk management.

Why would people prevent new threats from being placed on the risk portfolio? Why do the board of directors get nervous when new threats surface? Why do security threats get placed on the portfolio?

Why highlight a process (risk appetites) if there's no way to quantify them? Isn't this simply creating a perception?

I've managed the risk portfolio and assure you that the points raised are great for companies who aren't too concerned about their management performance and even less concerned about quality management systems.

Otherwise, this has an interesting way of spinning a subject that has a different purpose. I suspect this guy who was fired, well that his company was one that didn't care about the quality and performance management systems. He's likely to be better off in a company that does care.

Posted by Lisa M | Thursday, December 08 2011 at 8:52PM ET
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