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Eyes wide open: how boards can use enterprise risk management to focus on what matters most

Baker Tilly recently presented a virtual enterprise risk management (ERM) session at the Association for Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) 2021 Board Professionals Conference.

ERM can identify risks and opportunities to support institutional preparation for and response to an uncertain future. In a time when survival is a focus for many at the institutional and individual levels, how can a view of enterprise risk help to support a board’s effective prioritization of opportunities, challenges and risks? This interactive webinar explores leading practices from successful ERM programs in higher education, the evolution of some ERM programs in light of the pandemic and how a practical, streamlined approach to ERM can support effective board governance. 

  • Christine Smith, Managing Director, Higher Education Practice, Baker Tilly
  • Brian  Steeves, Executive Director and Corporate Secretary, Board of Regents, University of Minnesota  

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly’s higher education risk specialists can help your institution, contact our team.

Christine M. Smith
Managing Director
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