Enabling your organization to better capitalize on best opportunities while minimizing organizational vulnerabilities.
Enterprise Risk Management (“ERM”) is a powerful approach to management and leadership that is now being used at leading companies around the world. The purpose of this 2-day program is to teach you about this state-of-the-art approach to management and to help you effectively deploy it in your own organization.
Why you should attend
- Approach the systematic identification of opportunities and risks in an organization.
- Understand the isolation and mitigation of risks to manage exposures.
- Prioritize opportunities and risks so that organizational assets can be directed to attain the best overall outcome.
- Applying a new approach to real business situations to drive enterprise success and value.
- Enabling your organization to better capitalize on best opportunities while minimizing organizational vulnerabilities.
- Discovering a roadmap for deploying an ERM approach to management in your own organization.
Courses are held in Room 201 at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Harbor East campus, located at 100 International Drive, Baltimore, MD 21202.
Check-in and breakfast for this course is from 8:30-9:00am. The seminar begins promptly at 9:00am and ends at 4:00pm.
The registration deadline is one week prior to the first day of a class, if seats are still available in the program.
This program is directed to managerial staff at all levels of an organization, but is particularly suited to mid-level managers who are tasked with various aspects of crisis and risk management. Participants in general management, financial management, human resource management, supply-chain management, and internal audit may find that this program has special relevance to their job responsibilities.
Jonathan M. Links
Vice Provost and Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Johns Hopkins University
Jonathan M. Links, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University) is Vice Provost and Chief Risk and Compliance Officer of the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Links is a medical physicist, with a B.A. in Medical Physics from UC Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences from Johns Hopkins University. He is currently Professor of Environmental Health & Engineering in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with joint professorial appointments in Health Policy & Management in the School of Public Health, Radiology and Emergency Medicine in the School of Medicine, Public Safety Leadership in the School of Education, Civil Engineering in the Whiting School of Engineering, and Business in the Carey Business School. In addition to leading the University’s ERM program, Dr. Links directs the Center for Public Health Preparedness, serves as Deputy Director of the Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response and is currently Baltimore City’s emergency preparedness expert, working with the Health, Fire, and Police Departments. He has published over 135 original scientific papers and one textbook.
Glen L. Steinbach
Senior Associate Dean, Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School
Glen L. Steinbach, MBA (Loyola University of Maryland) is the Senior Associate Dean, Finance and Administration for the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Mr. Steinbach serves on the Johns Hopkins Institutional Risk Management committee and has built a risk management program for the business school. Over his career, Mr. Steinbach has served as CEO, CFO and COO of various companies, has expanded Johns Hopkins’ Technology Transfer function and has created two startup companies.
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$3,200 (includes required materials, gourmet breakfast and lunch and on-site garage parking)
JHU employees may submit for tuition remission for the entire cost of the course. JHHS employees receive a 20% discount on all seminars.
Program Dates: October 9-10, 2017
To cancel or transfer your registration, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrants who do not cancel and do not attend the program will not receive a refund.
JHU employees should refer to the Non-credit Courses section of the Tuition Remission policies (available on the JHU Benefits page) regarding cancellation policies. Registrants not employed by JHU must notify the Office of Executive Education of cancellation at least two weeks prior to the program in order to receive a full refund.