This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting . It can also be purchased individually or as a part of Governance and Risk Management Enterprise Risk Management & Internal Control Track (Modules 1-6) first examines the types of risks facing organizations such as political, business, financial, and international operations, as well as their subcategories. This CPE course helps to develop insight into evaluating many different types of risks facing an organization, recommends methods of managing those risks, and identify managements roles and responsibilities related to risk. It also focuses on control environments, how to identify control weaknesses and compliance failures, how to identify controls to recognize, assess and manage risks, and discusses the costs and benefits of maintaining the internal control system. In addition, Enterprise Risk Management & Internal Control Track (Modules 1-6) examines the types of controls used in a business computer systems to combat risk. The course concludes with a look at effective information system strategies used by corporations and individuals and a discussion on management control systems and their uses. Courses Included: Risk Overview Risk Management Internal Control Risk and Control of Information Systems Information Strategy Management Control Systems Topics Discussed: Types of risk facing an organization. Ethical, social and environmental issues arising from risk management. The organization's ability to bear identified risks and responses to such risks. Techniques that will enable the board to discharge its responsibilities with respect to managing risks. Board member responsibilties for reporting risks to shareholders and other stakeholders. Types of financial risks facing an organization. The effects of economic factors that affect future cash flows from international operations. Evaluation of the essential features of internal control systems for identifying, assessing and managing risks. Risks in the development of strategies for information systems that support the organization's strategic requirements. Measures for the strategic control and direction of various types of organizations. Dysfunctional behavior arising from the associated models of performance measurement. Appropriate control systems for the management of an organization.
Evaluate the types of risk facing an organization and recommend appropriate responses. Evaluate the ethical impact of risk. Evaluate senior management's responsibility for the implementation of risk management strategies and internal controls. Evaluate financial risks facing an organization. Evaluate alternative risk management tools. Evaluate risk management strategies and internal controls. Evaluate the tools and processes required for strategy implementation. Evaluate control systems for organizational activities and resources. Evaluate the risks associated with corporate governance. Evaluate the purposes and process of audit in the context of internal control systems. Evaluate the risks arising from changes in the environment for capital investment appraisal.
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