A couple of weeks ago, I brought to your attention question #1 (of 4) from Rick Nason, a risk management teacher of ERM at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
Dr. Nason has posted question #2 from his recent ERM exam, on his RSD Solutions blog: What do you believe are the three main SOLVABLE problems of risk management that might be cracked in the next 5 to 10 years? Indicate (or speculate on) how each of these problems might be solved. In other words, describe three areas or ideas or concepts where we might make significant progress in the development of the practice of ERM.
Click here to read the entire post and his response to this question : http://rsdsolutions.blogspot.com/2010/01/erm-exam-part-2-of-4.html