The state of EWRM part III – Essential EWRM practices

Introduction We 've established in the prior two parts of this series of posts that current EWRM practices may lead to situations in which the original and ultimately responsible parties, the process owners, become disenfranchised and no longer own the responsibility of managing risks to their objectives, although this is a key responsibility. Process owners … Continue reading The state of EWRM part III – Essential EWRM practices

The state of EWRM part I – EWRM’s broken promises

EWRM, the all encompassing solution In the late 1990's, EWRM or Enterprise Wide Risk Management held a promise for a lot of organizations. No longer would issues be dealt with in isolation. The same or comparable problems would no longer be solved multiple times in different manners, leading to inevitable incompatabilities between the solutions. And … Continue reading The state of EWRM part I – EWRM’s broken promises