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David R. Koenig, the author of the books Governance Reimagined and The Board Member's Guide to Risk, speaks with active board members and senior executives about their experiences and the most effective approaches to governing risk and risk-taking. The program informs both current and aspiring directors.

The DCRO Institute Risk Governance Podcast The DCRO Institute

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David R. Koenig, the author of the books Governance Reimagined and The Board Member's Guide to Risk, speaks with active board members and senior executives about their experiences and the most effective approaches to governing risk and risk-taking. The program informs both current and aspiring directors.

    Stephanie Shaw - Systems Thinking, Diversity, and Operational Resilience Applied to Aviation Safety at BP

    Stephanie Shaw - Systems Thinking, Diversity, and Operational Resilience Applied to Aviation Safety at BP

    Stephanie recently started a new role as the Operational Safety Advisor (Aviation) for BP, responsible for advising on all matters related to aviation safety and the transportation of BP personnel. In her more than thirty years of experience in the aviation industry, she has held roles including the Head of Safety Performance and Risk at Gatwick in London and led the introduction and development of the risk-based approach to regulation and a strategic approach to oversight.  She spent 15 years in the Royal Air Force in air traffic control and takes an innovative approach to using big data in her work. Stephanie earned a master’s degree with Distinction in Risk and Safety Management and is working towards her Certificate in Company Direction.

    • 30 min
    Judy Samuelson - Six New Rules of Business

    Judy Samuelson - Six New Rules of Business

    Judy Samuelson is the founder and executive director of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and a vice president at the Aspen Institute. Judy led a ten-year campaign to challenge conventional thinking in board rooms and classrooms about the Purpose of the corporation; she produced the Aspen Principles of Long-Term Value Creation to challenge short-termism in business and capital markets and is promoting a set of Principles designed to disrupt the status quo in boardrooms about the design of CEO pay. Judy's career spans working in the California State Legislature, banking in New York's garment center, and directing the Ford Foundation's exploration of impact investing. She is a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Fellow, a director of the Financial Health Network, and the author of The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World.
    We discuss Market Civitas, the difference between business purpose and business goals, the origin of the license to operate that all businesses enjoy, co-creation, business education, and more. This is an insightful look at how businesses can best operate in a complex and interconnected world.

    • 32 min
    Alex Metcalfe - Financial Innovation in the Public Sector

    Alex Metcalfe - Financial Innovation in the Public Sector

    Alex Metcalfe is the Global Head of Public Sector for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, where he focuses on leadership and policy in the public sector. He’s an experienced economist specializing in tax policy and has graduate degrees from both Oxford and Cambridge with an emphasis on accounting, business policy, and comparative social policy.  He has worked across central, provincial, and local government in the UK and Canadian civil service has published material across a breadth of public sector topics, including infrastructure finance, employment law, and fiscal policy, and serves on the editorial board of the Public Service Accounting and Accountability book series.
     
    Reports cited in the discussion:
    Sustainable public finances through Covid-19
    Innovations in Pubic Finance
     

    • 32 min
    Mark Frigo - Strategic Risk Management

    Mark Frigo - Strategic Risk Management

    The value of strategic risk management is undeniable. Learn more from one of the pioneers in the field, Dr. Mark Frigo.

    • 29 min
    Tom Brandt - Enterprise Risk Management at the IRS

    Tom Brandt - Enterprise Risk Management at the IRS

    Tom Brandt is the Chief Risk Officer for the Internal Revenue Service in the United States, where he leads the agency’s enterprise risk and audit management programs. Prior to that, he was the Director of Planning and Research in the IRS’s Large Business and International Division, with responsibility for the division’s workload selection and risk identification processes. In 2016, Tom served as the Head of the Tax Administration Unit at the OECD in Paris, where he led the work of the Forum on Tax Administration, a body that brings together the leaders of tax administrations from more than 50 countries. After returning to the IRS in 2017, he founded and continues to serve as Chair of the OECD’s Enterprise Risk Management Community of Interest. He’s been a member of the Board of Directors for the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management and served as its President in 2019.

    • 29 min
    Noha Georges - Reputational Risk Sensing Program

    Noha Georges - Reputational Risk Sensing Program

    Noha Georges is the former Chief Communications Officer and Managing Director for Deloitte, where she led Deloitte’s first-ever Reputational Risk Sensing Program - a program designed to identify areas of risk exposure to proactively shape potential risk issues that could negatively impact the firm, allowing firm leadership to adjust their business strategies. Her career journey and that specific program are the focus of our conversation.

    • 29 min

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