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  • Risk Angles: Five questions on business risks related to water and other critical resources
    In this issue of Risk Angles, William Sarni, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, offers his thoughts on some questions commonly asked about water-related business risk.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions on corporate governance and risk
    In this issue, Nicole Sandford, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, offers her thoughts on some questions commonly asked about the role of the board as it relates to corporate governance, risk and culture.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions about applying analytics to risk management
    In this issue, Vivek Katyal, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP, answers five questions risk leaders are frequently asking today about how best to apply analytics to risk management.
  • The risk intelligent chief compliance officer: Champion of risk intelligent compliance
    Demanding regulatory environments require effective compliance risk management. A Risk Intelligent Chief Compliance Officer can help make compliance the smart investment that it should be.
  • Building sustainable risk intelligenceTM in banking and securities
    The role of learning and development in the new regulatory environment.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions about risk committees
    Join Henry Ristuccia, partner and co-leader of Deloitte’s Governance and Risk Management Services group, as he answers questions about board risk committees.
  • The risk committee resource guide for boards
    A guide to assist boards that are considering, establishing, or maintaining a board risk committee.
  • Bridge the gap between “Knowing” and "Doing"
    This article discusses the effective implementation of risk intelligent learning strategy along with the attached assumptions, role of leadership and the keys to risk intelligent learning.
  • Talent Edge 2020: Redrafting Talent strategies for the uneven recovery
    This January 2012 edition of Talent Edge 2020 builds from the findings of two earlier studies: the first from a December 2010 report on executive attitudes and the second from an April 2011 report on global employee attitudes and talent concerns.
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