For a non-profit enterprise seeking to design effective investment portfolios for its asset pools, understanding the role of each of those asset pools is a crucial first step.
The organization's goals and exposures can impact all parts of its portfolio construction process, from initial broad decisions on risk tolerance to more targeted decisions on asset-class exposures and investment vehicle preferences.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 17, 2015
This eBook is designed to help your organization anticipate,
understand and manage these and other questions regarding BYOD
in the enterprise. In this four-part guide, we’ll look at best practices
for preparing, building, rolling out and sustaining a successful BYOD
program over the long term.
This paper aims to discuss the various capability acquisition and it solution deployment options and provide a perspective on how to evaluate the suitability of those options, given an enterprise's situation, and to get the best outcome.
We all know how major security incidents can affect a company’s data, networks and corporate brand. We also know that sophisticated attacks, designed to gain continuous access to critical information or to cause damage in critical infrastructure, are becoming more severe, more frequent and more costly. But what can you do about it? The IBM white paper “Responding to—and recovering from—sophisticated security attacks” details four proactive steps that you can—and should—take now to help keep your organization safe: prioritize your business objectives and set your risk tolerance; protect your organization with a proactive security plan; prepare your response to the inevitable sophisticated attack and promote and support a culture of security awareness. Read the white paper to learn how to help keep your organization safe from sophisticated security attacks and find out how IBM can help.
EHS leaders across the globe know that it’s not enough to only manage the safety culture of their own organization; they are also responsible for the actions of the suppliers and contractors their organization hires. Each contractor brings their own set of cultural tendencies, including its level of risk tolerance and risky behavior.
• Moments that Matter: A personal story by published author, Tom Wilson, who was involved in a horrific workplace accident which speaks directly to recognizing the factors that lead to risk tolerance.
• The Role of Corporate Leadership in Risk Tolerance: Avetta co-founder Jared Smith shares four approaches your company can take to assess risk tolerance internally and how to measure and contain it within your contractor and supplier network.
Explore your corporate culture’s effects on workplace accidents in the following two-part discussion. Download today
In this report, we look at the four things you can do now to help keep your organization safe: Prioritize your business objectives and set your risk tolerance, protect your organization with a proactive security plan, prepare your response to the inevitable: a sophisticated attack and promote and support a culture of security awareness.