The “Frankenstorm”
Hurricane Sandy – a Business Case Analysis

The “Frankenstorm” Hurricane Sandy is an example of how quickly a change in weather can become a business disaster. Employees are absent, production comes to a grinding halt, and essential components are stranded several hundred miles away. Companies that rebound quickly have implemented strategies to allow them to manage more effectively when well-oiled processes are […]

International Operations

International Operations – When Something Doesn’t Seem Right

Safeguard Your Assets and Protect Your Investment You have built your company into an international powerhouse. Whether through organic growth or through acquisitions, you have operations in other parts of the world. While nothing is perfect, business has been humming along. You’re hitting your growth numbers – which in this economy is saying something – […]

Boardroom Digital Literacy: R U Talking to Me?

[This article was contributed by Fay Feeney, CEO of Risk for Good] Boardroom protocol is being exposed every day on the internet. Does Rupert Murdoch really think we can’t see beyond his prepared remarks to determine for ourselves the “tone at the top” coming from his boardroom? No need for board activists to add to […]

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Policies and Procedures: a Project for Internal Audit

Are Policies and Procedures important? We certainly think so, unfortunately many companies have old, outdated Policy and Procedure manuals while some have none at all. As companies and internal audit departments are planning projects, consideration should be given to reviewing and updating the Corporate Policies and Procedures. Policies and Procedures are a company’s way of […]