Ian Bayne commented on Riskviews's blog post ERM with No Presumptions
"I like the notion of quality. To me this means valuable (to decision making and people), reliable (trust, ground truth), forward-focused, strategic (360 degrees), holistic (financial and non-financial), participative, creative and sustainable...…"
Aug 7, 2011
Ian Bayne replied to Noah Raford's discussion Eight Ideas for 21st-Century Risk Managers
"I am willing to share. My experience is mostly public sector and qualitative analysis (14 years focused on risk management, preceded by other private and public sector experience).  I also need to get smarter and confident in quantitative…"
Apr 13, 2011
Ian Bayne replied to Noah Raford's discussion Eight Ideas for 21st-Century Risk Managers
"This is excellent.  I totally agree on serious gaming, foresight and futures thinking; things that should be taught in the school system.  We need to get these things out of the OR world and into the mainstream.  I also love Klein's work (on…"
Apr 13, 2011
Ian Bayne commented on Steven Minsky's blog post Is your GRC program overly focused on compliance?
"We are on the same frequency. Strategic alignment is a critical success factor (vertical, horizontal and external - collaborative, with the value / supply chains).  I agree with that observation that "being overly focused on compliance" can be a…"
Apr 4, 2011
Ian Bayne commented on Steven Minsky's blog post Is your GRC program overly focused on compliance?
"This is a good question.  Two things come to mind.  Risk management should be focused forward. The horizon is organization and situation-dependent.   Other components of the management system should use root cause analysis, and other analytical and…"
Apr 4, 2011
Ian Bayne commented on Benjamin Mira's blog post Performance Standards for controls
"Maybe you could explore physical access control (to protect an organization's assets).  One would want to measure the effectiveness of the control (keeping unauthorized people out or feeding people into a secondary screening area).  One would also…"
Mar 24, 2011
Ian Bayne commented on Benjamin Mira's blog post Performance Standards for controls
"Lawrence - excellent. I am attending a conference on supply chain risk management in two weeks.  The SC model is a good one. I've looked air cargo security from the regulatory perspective.  There is a shift in thinking from simply having security…"
Mar 18, 2011
Ian Bayne commented on Benjamin Mira's blog post Performance Standards for controls
"Three resources that come to mind are: DHS Chemical security risk-based performance standard - http://www.dhs.gov/files/programs/gc_1238784785789.shtm; a very clever water security Technical-Management-Financial (TMF) capacity self assessment tool…"
Mar 18, 2011
Ian Bayne replied to Boris Agranovich's discussion Calling for suggestions from members on resolutions or goals for the 2011 year
"A personal goal is to identify if there is any useful research into (collaborative sector risk management) lessons to be learned from two recent disasters - the 2008/09 economic meltdown [that was foretold by the US - Fanny May and Freddy Mac fiasco…"
Jan 5, 2011

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  • Hi Ian,
    It’s great to have you here! Feel free to invite new people, participate in discussions, activities and share knowledge. We want to make this place great, so everyone can benefit.
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