Learn key risk scenarios to help plan for various threats to organisational reputation and governance.
NASBA Field of Study
Business Management and Organization
Authored by an extensive network of global SMEs in connection with AICPA and CIMA staff.
Reputation is key
Damage to reputation can occur even if negative publicity is untrue. It can be tarnished by association with another organisation, or a negative social media post can have a large and unexpected impact. This creates a situation in which reputation is affected by factors outside the organisation's control, which makes it a more difficult risk to manage.
Learn new topics to demonstrate proficiency in growing areas of demand
- Reputational risks
- Risk uncertainty
Govern with confidence
An organisation needs to deal with numerous risks, from lack of leadership and board skills, risk blindness, inadequate information to and from the board, through to complexity and problems in the control environment. The course exercises will give you the tools determine the risk faced internal constraints that affect the overall strategy.
This is a standalone course but if you’re interested in more of this type of learning while earning a designation, explore the CGMA® Finance Leadership Program
- Global accounting and finance professionals
- Management accounting professionals
- Finance vice presidents
- Finance directors
- CPAs and CAs
- Reputational risks
- Governance risks
- Determine sources and impact of reputational risks associated with strategic choices.
- Identify the effectiveness of the governance structure in managing strategic risks.
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