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The Center for Strategy, Execution and Valuation's initiative, the Strategic Risk Management Lab, provides an engagement platform and forum for thought leaders and business leaders in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Strategic Risk Management. The Strategic Risk Management Lab provides collaborative research in the Strategic Risk Management and ERM areas and co-creating and sharing of best practices in Strategic Risk Management based on the extensive research on high performance companies in The Center for Strategy, Execution and Valuation.
Our offerings include quarterly executive forums for directors, executives and management teams interested in developing Strategic Risk Management as a core competency. These forums will include the latest diagnostics for assessing an organization's ERM and Strategic Risk Management process and capabilities. Board members and organizational leaders involved in ERM and those advising boards and management in Strategic Risk Management can benefit from these seminars.
Groundbreaking research in aligning strategy and risk management is ongoing at The Center. The cover article in the May 2007 issue of Strategic Finance "Strategic Risk Management: Creating and Protecting Value" by Dr. Mark L. Frigo and Dr. Mark Beasley (COSO board member and Director of the ERM Initiative at North Carolina State University) and the January 2008 article in Strategic Finance authored by Dr. Frigo "When Strategy and ERM Meet" are the basis for workshops for board members and executive team on strategic risk assessment and strategic risk management as part of effective ERM.
We have presented executive workshops and keynote presentations throughout North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific:
Recent articles and books include:
Mark L. Frigo, PhD, CPA, CMA is a recognized thought leader in strategic risk management. He is Director of The Center for Strategy, Execution and Valuation in the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business; Ledger & Quill Alumni Foundation.