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Video: Disruptive and Emerging Risks

Free Enterprise Risk Management Video: Disruptive and Emerging Risks

Today, organizational boards and senior management face an ongoing barrage of atypical and emerging risks that are hard to fully comprehend. Companies are regularly exposed to liabilities that have the potential to destroy decades of value within a single news cycle. Simply stated, the stakes today are higher than ever before and the demand for enterprise risk management experts and chief risk officers who are adept at identifying and providing risk mitigation has never been greater. 

View the video below to explore disruptive risk types, the challenges of enterprise risk management and possible actions to take.

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Dr. Ed Horwitz is the program director for Creighton University’s Heider College of Business Enterprise Risk Management graduate certificate. In this one-year, online certificate program, students will expand their critical thinking and decision-making processes and develop a risk management mindset. They will examine ERM organizational frameworks, risk management applications, strategic planning, turning assessment into action and learning how to effectively communicate and respond in a crisis.

Expand your understanding of enterprise risk management with a non-credit professional development course from Creighton University. These courses are open to non-degree seekers, and no application is required.

Crisis Planning and Enterprise Communication Management
In this four-week course, you’ll explore enterprise disaster planning, recovery, business continuation, and enterprise communication, in the study of applied management under crises. The skills and abilities to explore the unknown and unintended consequences of possible decisions are critical for disaster planning.

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Refresh Workshop
Join this workshop to learn how to develop or update a DRBC plan. You’ll explore threat analysis, asset protection planning, backup protection, response planning, recovery planning and more. This online course is asynchronous, so you can fit it into your busy schedule.