Category Archives: Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Risks that Cause Significant or Catastrophic Failure of Organizations

Failure of organizations to identify, assess and quantify potential risks and then take action to mitigate the risks can lead to situations that can result in their significant or catastrophic failure, harm to their reputation and possible injury/death. Sometimes the … Continue reading

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Customer Focus is a Key Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Driver

The Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Survey includes eight questions that directly assess various aspects of the organization’s focus on and support for customers. Many of the other questions indirectly assess issues impacting customers. These are the eight questions that specifically focus … Continue reading

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What are Your Organization’s Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Gaps?

Organizational effectiveness is the concept of how effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes the organization intends to produce. (Source: Wikipedia – Etzioni, Amitia. (1964). Modern Organizations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.) The Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Survey (HOE Survey) assesses … Continue reading

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