Risk Management Maturity Model

I am working on a Thesis involving RM Maturity Model.

Found the RKSM model within CMMi and the M_o_R model.

Additionally I found some "commercial" Maturity Models.

 

Anyone who can give me some references or pointers?

 

Thanks,

Stef

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  • I am afraid that I am getting a wee bit muddled.  The discussion and related responses appears to range between enterprise risk management and elements of the risk universe that makes up enterprise risk management e.g finance and financial components such as insurance and actuary to IT of ITM. 

     

    Therefore Stef, may I ask what that you provide some clarity - risk management is so wide and can encompass so much.  Sincerely

     

    Beulah

  • Hello Dikankatla,

     

    Thanks for your link!!! This maturity model is new to me. I am doing quite some research on available MM's as a base for my thesis, so it will be added to "the collection".

     

    Best regards,

    Stef



    Dikankatla Selahle said:
    Enterprise Risk Maturity model. You might find it useful
     
  • Enterprise Risk Maturity model. You might find it useful
     
  • RIMS has a maturity model as well
  • here are 2 files, extract of a book sponsored by the IRM, Institute of Risk Management by Stephaen Ward.

    Maturity model 2.pdf

    Capability and Maturity models.pdf

  • Hi Stef,

     

    I have just completed a PhD with a focus on risk management maturity and have also been applying the theory and refining the model through my current role (project and business risk management for a major mining company).  I reviewed almost 100 maturity models as a part of this research, a couple of which related directly to risk management, and developed my own model for use in analysing health and safety risk management systems via three case studies.  I am happy to discuss with you if you are interested.

     

    Regards,

     

    Mathew 

  • I am currently working on a enterprise risk management (ERM) maturity model for the public sector and will probably be able to share some of the info within the next 10 weeks. The limitations may be that although I will use ISO 31000 as the foundation, I will be merging the South African (SA) legal requirements for public entities.  Lets stay in touch. Beulah
  • Stef,

     

    I have been developing risk management maturity or "capability" models for large complex organizations for the past ten years. I would be interested in learning more about your Thesis and perhaps sharing some of my findings and methods. I have sent a request to connect with you.

     

    Bill

  • Thanks Vladimir, for your link.

    If you are interested in wheels & rims.... go to www.rims.com

    If you are interested in RM however.... you better check www.rims.org 



    Vladimir PULCHART said:

    Try www.rims.com - they have very good one.

     

    Vladimir

    http://www.rims.com/
  • All,

     

    Thank you all for your responses! Found some new models and some known in your reactions.

    Particularly interested in generic RM Maturity Models, the MM I am looking for (or have to develop) should be able to measure Maturity of RM in any circumstance/environment.

    Whether it be strategic, tactic, operational, financial, market, IT, ......... whether it be profit or non profit organisations,....

     

    I solemnly promise to present  my findings to this community!

     

    Thanks,

    Stef

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