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eTOM and Enterprise Risk Management Control System

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Refer to dynamic strategy as a consequence of dynamic business value relationship in open system, firm should integrate output’s and outcome’s KPI with Risk Control system to mitigate situation and knowledge flow to keep survive, growth and sustain. Harmony combination cycle between strategic Capability and Production Capability that can be aligned with generative learning process is one of effective internal response towards competitive environment that should be managed in trade off point of risk and opportunity. Acquiring process of production capability should involved both of KPI’s achievement and risk level that should be mitigated as part of single loop and double loop learning by subject matter expert and other value relationship management. eTOM has provide effective three dimension to map and locate risk, identify, measure, monitoring and control risk and KPI to create feedback, structure knowledge and target it dealing with proper time, resource and outcome.

COSO ERMKnowledge engine etomsingle loop and double loop learning

Enterprise risk management is a process, effected by an entity’s board of directors, management and other personnel, applied in strategy setting and across the enterprise, designed to identify potential events that may affect the entity, and manage risk to be within its risk appetite, to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of entity objectives. eTOM provide Core process of Enterprise Risk Management in Enterprise Management Process Group that have several lower level such of Business Continuity Management, Audit Management, Security Management, Insurance Management, Fraud Management, Revenue Assurance Management and IT Infrastructure Library dealing with risk management. We can provide effective measurement for monitoring and controlling KPI and Risk indicators in suitable ontological process level to mitigate risk in proper process, owner, knowledge and problem solution relationship.

The illustration title is “COSO ERM Framework,” and its source is COSO’s report entitled Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework, dated September 2004. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) requires an entity to take a “portfolio” view of risk that examines the entire organization, from the enterprise level, to a division or subsidiary, to the level of a single business unit’s processes. The figure consists of eight interrelated components on the front, which are integral to the way management runs the enterprise. The components are linked and serve as criteria for determining whether ERM is effective. This illustration is a three dimensional cube that has interrelated components that will be described from the top, front, and side. The four areas across the top from left to right are Strategic, Operations, Reporting, and Compliance. The eight front components from top to bottom are Internal Environment, Objective Setting, Event Identification, Risk Assessment, Risk Response, Control Activities, Information & Communication, and Monitoring. The five areas on the side from back to front are Subsidiary, Business Unit, Division, and Entity-Level (www.nysdot.gov/recovery-transparency/coso-model-internal-controls-longdescription)

Read COSO Enterprise Risk Management Framework pdf …
Read Enterprise Risk Management Overview …
Read ERM and Value Chain Process Mapping …
Read Enterprise Wide Risk Management …
Read Start Your Enterprise Risk Management Process with Diligent Risk Planning …
Read Organizational Learning and managing change and conflict …

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Written by astimen

August 3, 2011 at 4:54 am

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