From the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, through the Great Recession of 2008, to the right-wing riots in the normally quiet college town of Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, one lesson has been driven home to higher education administrators: The new century is a dangerous time, ripe with risks, and those risks span a spectrum from campus violence to financial crises.
While some colleges and universities still deal with risk on an ad hoc, informal, case-by-case basis, savvy campus leaders are turning to the formal, continuous process known as Enterprise Risk Management. ERM is designed to identify, assess, prioritize and manage all institutional risks in a holistic manner involving faculty and staff buy-in across the length and breadth of the campus community.
Please join Jim Castagnera as he delineates a proven ten-step process for establishing an effective ERM program.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- How to define for your stake holders what your university will gain from ERM
- What are the practical standards and frameworks for an effective, efficient ERM program
- How to inventory what your university is already doing by way of risk management
- How to marshal support for your ERM program from across your institution
- How to keep it simple, while being inclusive and comprehensive
- How to start small and build on a solid foundation
- How to identify and achieve quick wins
- How to identify risk owners and delegate fixes
- Effective ways to report progress to university leaders, including thought leaders
- What are the soft-skills you should bring to bear on the ERM initiative
- AND MUCH MORE!
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Creating an Enterprise Risk Management Program for Your Campus” is Dr. Jim Castagnera, Esq. Dr. Castagnera holds a JD and a PhD from Case Western Reserve University. He was a labor/employment and IP lawyer with a major Philadelphia law firm for a decade before becoming legal counsel at a New Jersey university. For the past 22 years in that capacity, his duties have included drafting, reviewing and enforcing labor and employment contracts; internship, affiliation and student-exchange agreements; government grants and contracts, and international memorandums of understanding. He also is an adjunct professor of law in the Drexel University School of Law, and the principal consultant/co-owner of Holland Media Services, LLC. He has published 21 books, most recently Riding the Fifth Wave in Higher Education: A Survival Guide for the New Normal (NY: Peter Lang 2017).
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