RISK MANAGEMENT TEMPLATES

TRANSPARENCY ANALYTICS TEMPLATES

One of our objectives at RISK TRANSPARENCY is to enable all types of entities, in any industry and any functional area to advance their risk management and decision support capabilities.  Below are summaries and links to some of the templates we are offering on our web site to help you with your journey.

Please contact us if you are interested in additional support.

KEY STEPS TO DEVELOP YOUR

RISK GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK

At RISK TRANSPARENCY, we believe the awareness of risks and opportunities is an important role of each key stakeholder within and outside of the entity.  Each key subject matter (SME) expert from the Board of Directors to C-Suite and Functional Area Leaders drives elements of Enterprise Value.

 

The Risk Governance (RG) Framework provides the ability to summarize the governance, management, and key risks, risk appetites, and opportunities.  Our belief is that an empowered culture that encourages and respects stakeholders contributions strengthens entity-wide organizational awareness and alignment to mission, vision, values, strategies, and operating plans.

We work side by side with ERM teams and functional area leadership to build their Risk Governance Framework to support their Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program.

FUNCTIONAL AREA RISK TRANSPARENCY

Different entity types have very different missions, visions, values, strategies, and regulatory requirements.  For example, a government entity serves its people vs. publicly traded and private companies has responsibilities to additional key stakeholders including shareholders and owners. 

 

Each type of industry is also different.  For example, healthcare institutions have different types of employees, skills, and regulatory requirements than social media software development companies.  

 

Although each type of entity and industry have many differences, they also share many types of common functional areas.  For example, all entity and industry types have Executive Leadership, Finance and Reporting,  and Legal, functional areas.  Many functional areas are led by highly technical subject matter experts.

 

RISK TRANSPARENCY has provided a base of Entity Objectives by Functional Area Template to help begin the process of establishing your key entity risk and reward considerations.  For each of the over 20 functional areas, we have provided key risk sub-category considerations.