Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a proactive risk management framework that begins with the strategic goals of your organization. ERM will help you to identify and quantify risks, prioritize risks that have the biggest impact to your organization, and develop treatment plans to address risks. The ERM framework connects leadership with subject matter experts and helps to advance small or large goals. The Office of Administration Division of General Services has developed ERM templates to help Missouri State Agencies manage their risks and improve their processes. The templates have been modeled after the International Standards Organization’s (ISO) 31000 Standard for Risk Management. The ERM templates below are available for your use.
Full ERM Template
Individual ERM Steps
ERM Tips & Definitions
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- Introduction to Enterprise Risk ManagementDo you struggle to identify quality initiatives that advance your strategic objectives? Join the Office of Administration, Risk Management team as they introduce Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). ERM is a risk management framework that will help you to identify risks that prevent you from reaching your goals, help prioritize those risks, and draft plans to take action. The ERM framework connects leadership with subject matter experts and helps to advance small or large goals. Let OA Risk Management introduce you to these simple and effective tools.