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The Risk Institute is where thought leaders, seasoned professionals, and students of risk come together. We’re constantly engaged in an open, collaborative dialog about risk: its complexity, its relevance across all industries, and its potential as a tool for competitiveness and growth.
The Risk Institute Blog: Getting the Conversation Started
The Risk Institute Blog is now up and awating your contribution to the discussions on all things related to risk management - topical events, new academic research, and thoughtful commentary on integrated risk management issues from faculty and top practitioners. Book mark the web address today and visit often!
- The Risk Institute and Fisher Executive Education wraps up Morning Briefing series for the summer
On June 4, we hosted guest speaker Prof. Daniel Diermeier, who brought years of academic and industry research and some engaging conversation to his presentation "Reputation Management: Beyond the Obvious". More information here...
This series which is steadily growing in popularity, will pick up again with more vigorous presentations and conversations about risk management in August. If there is a risk-related topic you are particularly interested in learning more about, let us know! Email Program Manager, Denita Strietelmeier (contact information below) with your suggestions.
- The Risk Institute wraps up inagural executive education series
The Risk Institute's first education series for executives has come to a close. In our final session Professors Anil Makhija and Bernadette Minton discussed how to use lessons about the relations among governance, firm value, and risk taking to create a risk culture. Professor Robert Lane lead a panel discussion about the roles of corporate governance and the board of directors as value creators. Panalists included Don Shackleford (Chairman Ermitus of Fifth-Third Bank), Jerry Jurgensen (former CEO of Nationwide and current board member of AIG) and Bill Lhota (former executive of AEP and board member of various publically traded companies).
We would like to thank Fisher's Executive Education department as well as Professor Bernadette Minton and our amazing faculty members for all of their great work. We look forward to announcing the next opportunity to participate in a Risk Institute Executive Education series. Stay tuned!
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