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Value-Driven
Enterprise Risk Management

Protect and enhance shareholder value

Explore a value-driven approach to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). Learn how to quantify risk and uncertainty to address both value protection and value creation. Examine how to apply these techniques in an enterprise context, including process design and organizational models.


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Presented by a collaboration of the SDG Decision Education Center and our academic partner, Texas Executive Education at The University of Texas, Austin

  • Description
  • Instructors
  • Earn a Certificate
  • CEU

You need a direct line of sight from risk management to shareholder value in order to protect and enhance your organization’s value.
To do this, you must understand potential risk factors, decision analytic methods, and best practices for enterprise risk management (ERM). Explore the key methodologies and processes using a case exercise in which your team will identify and prioritize risks and explore risk-mitigating strategies based on quantified risk outputs.
Benefits

  • Turn a compliance perspective on ERM into a value-protection perspective
  • Develop a risk management dashboard to monitor your risk exposure and ERM process
  • Align risk management objectives with overall strategic goals
  • Build and gain value from a strategic risk framework
  • Quantify and manage downside risk and upside uncertainty to create new alternatives for increased value
  • Graphically illustrate the factors bearing on risk and value in a format that can be easily understood by those not trained in decision and risk analysis
  • Characterize and assess risk tolerance and develop a risk policy that addresses these challenges
  • Prepare a board level presentation highlighting key risk indicators and triggers for mitigation plans
  • Discuss how to implement value-driven ERM and overcome potential obstacles


Prerequisites: None

Delivery Options
  • At UT Austin
  • Online (coming soon)
  • At your workplace

 

 

Eric Bickel
Dr. Eric Bickel is an SDG Fellow and an associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin), where he is Director of the Graduate Program in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering, and Academic Director of the Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate (SDRM) Program. Dr. Bickel also holds courtesy appointments in the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering and the Energy and Earth Resources graduate program.



The Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate Program provides executives and mid-career professionals with the concepts and advanced knowledge to make high-quality decisions and embrace risk and uncertainty for competitive advantage. The certificate is a recognition that you have the advanced skills to lead decision making in your organization. Earn the SDRM certificate by completing six 2½-day classes.

SDG is pleased to collaborate with The University of Texas at Austin to offer the SDRM certificate.

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This course is ideal for those seeking continuing education units (CEUs) or continuing professional education units (CPEs) to maintain or advance your professional skills. Participants earn 1.75 CEUs and/or 17.5 CPEs for this course.

 

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