Integrating COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework Into Our Classes
Learn how to integrate The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission’s (COSO) Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)-- Integrated Frameworkin your courses. Learn from faculty experts about how to prepare students to think critically about strategic risk issues and hear how tools and resources like the COSO Enterprise Risk Management-Integrated Framework can provide a foundation for all organizations to improve their approach to managing new and existing risks as a way to help create, preserve, sustain and realize value. The webinar will also cover the importance of enterprise risk management’s role in strategic planning and emphasize how critical it is to embed risk management practices across all departments and functions of an organization.
Thanks to a joint initiative of AAA and COSO, faculty and students at post-secondary academic institutions around the world now have an option for low-cost, online access to one of the world’s most widely used frameworks for designing and implementing internal control programs, the COSO Internal Control—Integrated Framework (2013). For more information about the Academic Access to COSO go to http://aaahq.org/COSO
- DAY/TIME OF WEBINAR:
- Day: Tuesday
- Date: November 1, 2016
- Time: 3:00 PM (Eastern)
Moderator: Susan Crosson, Director of the Center for Advancing Accounting Education
Presenters: Mark Beasley of North Carolina State University
Doug Prawitt of Brigham Young University
and Paul Walker of St. Johns University
- Field of Study: Management Advisory Services
- Credit: 1.0 hour
- Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based Program
- Program Level: Overview
- Challenge educators on how strategic risk management is becoming an expected core competency for all business school graduates
- Gain a brief overview of COSO/ERM frameworks.
- Gather tips on how to integrate COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management—Integrated Framework into your courses, including assignments.
- Find new ways to instill critical thinking and research skills into a variety of topics.
- Learn about how your business school or accounting program can sign up for AAA’s Academic Access Program to benefit professors and students alike. Not available for academic library subscriptions.
Before the session, participants are encouraged to review:
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