ERM ranks forth on list of management ideas for ’00s

The editors of Harvard Business Review recently published their own top ten list of the last decade calling it “the most influential management ideas of the millennium (so far)” and look what came in at #4.

4. Enterprise Risk Management. Sounds crazy right now to say that the last decade was notable for risk management. But especially after 9/11, companies saw the sense of bringing the many and various pockets of it under the same umbrella. Newly empowered chief risk officers looked for trouble spots on a landscape ranging from financial hedging to pirates on the open sea.

I was a bit surprised that Sustainability only came it at #10 since five years ago I never heard the term and now it seems it’s all the rage.

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