Responding to Rapid Shocks: Applying Lessons Learned and Shifting to a Proactive ERM Strategy

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Responding to Rapid Shocks: Applying Lessons Learned and Shifting to a Proactive ERM Strategy
June 18
11:00 AM
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Webinar Filed in GRC and Crisis Readiness

In this webinar we will look at how organizations should be taking advantage of the lessons learned from a major crisis to build an ERM strategy that applies to whatever may be coming next.

As businesses work through the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that we have entered a period of ongoing rapid shocks. The scope and magnitude of these disruptions have highlighted the limits of a reactive risk posture. Going forward, it will be vital for organizations to have a stronger preparation strategy, building upon the lessons learned from this latest crisis, as well as those that came before it. 

 Learning Objectives: 

  • Discover how to identify both weak links and successful tactics from your response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other major crises.
  • Develop tangible solutions to address the weak links and build on the things that went well and can be utilized across the enterprise.
  • Learn how technology can support your future efforts in bolstering your ERM program to proactively prepare for rapid shock events.


  • Edward S. Koral, Managing Director, BDO USA LLP
  • Joshua Newsum, Senior Market Strategy Lead, GRC, Origami Risk

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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