KnowledgeLeader Blog

What is Organizational Alignment Risk?

Posted by Protiviti KnowledgeLeader on Thu, Feb 22, 2018 @ 11:33 AM

What is Organizational Alignment Risk?

Organizational alignment is defined as a conscious and systematic coordination and alignment of three powerful and interrelated driving forces: organizational strategy, organizational culture and organizational infrastructure. Organizational alignment is to be mutually supportive and contribute as efficiently and effectively as possible to meet organizational goals and objectives.

Read More

Topics: enterprise risk management, risk assessment, audit committee & board, strategic risk, performance management/measurement, KL Tools

Process Alignment Risk Key Performance Indicators Guide

Posted by Protiviti KnowledgeLeader on Fri, Jan 05, 2018 @ 08:38 AM

What Is Process Alignment Risk?

This is the risk that the business processes within a company may not be appropriately aligned with its corporate strategy, resulting in the inability of the organization to meet the demands of its customers efficiently and effectively. Process alignment can be defined as the synchronization of business process objectives and performance measures with organizational objectives and strategies, with a view to avoiding conflicting, uncoordinated activities.

Read More

Topics: risk assessment, performance measurement, strategic risk, knowledge management

Guide to Risk and Risk Reporting

Posted by Protiviti KnowledgeLeader on Fri, Sep 01, 2017 @ 08:22 AM

Business risk is the level of exposure to uncertainties that the enterprise must understand and effectively manage as it achieves its objectives and creates value. It is not just about threats; there is an upside as well as a downside. Risk is not about a single point estimate—time frame is an important factor when evaluating risk, and exposure and uncertainty are important factors.

Read More

Topics: risk assessment, governance risk & compliance, strategic risk

Executive Thoughts on 2014's Top Risks

Posted by Sharise Cruz on Wed, Feb 19, 2014 @ 11:45 AM

Over the last year, we've seen unemployment rates decrease and consumer confidence make a comeback, but that doesn't mean that business risks have evaporated. In fact, as the global business environment rapidly evolves, new opportunities and challenges present themselves, bringing new risk dialogue topics to boardrooms and executive offices around the world.

Read More

Topics: Protiviti, enterprise risk management, information technology risk, survey reports, strategic risk, privacy

A Shareholder’s Perspective on the Lines of Defense

Posted by Sharise Cruz on Wed, Jan 15, 2014 @ 11:23 AM
Read More

Topics: Protiviti, enterprise risk management, corporate governance, Board Perspectives, audit committee & board, strategic risk

Keeping Pace with Change: Five Questions Directors Should Ask

Posted by Sharise Cruz on Wed, Dec 11, 2013 @ 02:59 PM

We all know that change is inevitable, but what can an organization do to keep its strategies and risk management capabilities on the same course as the ever-changing business environment?

Read More

Topics: Protiviti, enterprise risk management, corporate governance, Board Perspectives, audit committee & board, strategic risk

IPO Hot Topics: Key Market Trends and Risks

Posted by Sharise Cruz on Wed, Oct 09, 2013 @ 01:04 PM

Throughout the year, Protiviti conducts research and publishes insightful thought leadership on a broad range of issues affecting publicly held companies, ranging from today’s top risks to internal audit, SOX compliance, and IT security and privacy. Protiviti also regularly addresses key market developments, such as this year’s release by COSO of its new Internal Control – Integrated Framework.

Read More

Topics: Protiviti, information technology risk, initial public offering, security, strategic risk, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, PCAOB

Applying the Five Lines of Defense in Managing Risk

Posted by Sharise Cruz on Wed, Sep 25, 2013 @ 10:04 AM

Many lessons were learned from the financial crisis. For example, if a chief executive ignores the warning signs posed by the risk management function, resists contrarian information suggesting the corporate strategy is either not working or losing relevance, or fails to consider critical risks when evaluating whether to enter a new market or consummate a complex acquisition, the shareholders and other constituents can end up paying a high price.

Read More

Topics: Protiviti, enterprise risk management, internal audit, audit committee & board, strategic risk, The Bulletin

Add a Comment:

Subscribe to Our Blog

About KnowledgeLeader

KnowledgeLeader, provided by Protiviti, is the premier resource for internal audit and risk management professionals.

With over 1,400 customizable tools and 1,300 articles by industry experts, we offer the most comprehensive service on the market.

For more information:

 Start 30-day Free Trial

Recent Posts

Posts by Topic

see all