I enjoy using your tools. It helps me gain a greater perspective of our efforts with ERM. I look forward to using this tool and becoming more advanced in the future.
In larger organizations, there is considerable “risk silo creation” and different progress in each. You helped us consider a common framework across our silos (eg Operational Risk, Digital Security, Crisis & Continuity Management, General Security etc).
Great tool to get an overall risk profile.
This is the first comprehensive and complete ERM Assessment I have carried out. Thank you.
Assessment criteria is to the point making you quickly realize what your ERM program is not covering yet. The distinction between front-line management responsibility and role of risk manager/officer could be better emphasized. In our organization business believes the risk officer should identify and manage the risk on behalf of the business unit.
The survey was easy to take and was very helpful in providing a qualitative measure of progress.
I have completed the assessment without any prior knowledge of RIMS or its standards. You helped me to benchmark myself against other organisations. Many thanks.
We utilized ERM as a one-time snapshot of risks and events to develop a mitigation or transfer of risk plan. Your solution helped us to evolve our ERM as an ongoing integrated process.
Excellent exercise. I do it every six months to measure progress.
With your help we have completed an ERM Phase 1 project and have identified our risks, mapped them and have identified the risk mitigation associated with each. Business units and the PMO are responsible for their individual risk mitigation. Now looking at ERM Phase II and it is helping us define our objectives for this phase.
I am one of those people who is learning risk management on the job. My background is loss prevention and compliance, so it helped me learn risk management terminology.
I find this most helpful. It is a very thorough approach to measuring our internal ERM application. We are very early in the development stage (info gathering) so it was a useful guide. Thank you.