- PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Improve Performance – Our report establishes a baseline and benchmark against internal metrics, best practices and peers to continually upgrade your board’s risk oversight.
Respond to Key Metrics – Our Risk Oversight Meter is customizable for your company and situation, to incorporate key metrics, so that your board is the best it can be in overseeing risk.
Fulfill Annual Evaluation AND Director Education Mandates
Make Better, Clearer Decisions – Our process helps directors identify and understand strengths and areas to improve.
Avoid Mistakes – Contrary to other approaches, TBI’s management of the Risk Oversight Meter is objective, independent, and comprehensive. With complete security, anonymity and confidentiality, directors can answer freely and candidly, resulting in a valid, actionable report.
Recognize and Respond to Emerging Regulations – TBI works with Protiviti to proactively integrate the changing governance practices, laws and regulations into our Risk Oversight Meter.
Reduce Risk – Optimize insurance coverage and help ensure comprehensive risk oversight.
Validate Your Board’s Risk Oversight Process – to your Constituencies and the Financial Markets.
The Board Risk Oversight Meter is a user-friendly process that can be facilitated internally or by an outside party who works with the board to develop an action plan to respond to any issues raised.
Step 1: You select a “board administrator” who sets the timetable and invites participants. Board members (and others, at the board’s discretion, such as members of your company’s Risk Committee who do not serve on the board), anonymously, confidentially, and securely complete a comprehensive, online questionnaire. This takes approximately 15-20 minutes. Upon completion, drawing on scientific methodology, the completed questionnaires are automatically compiled and scored.
Step 2: A report of the results and analysis is immediately available to your board evaluation administrator and other key stakeholders, as the board determines appropriate, either on line or on paper. The report, which is a composite and provides no identifying information about individual respondents or the company, consists of:
It is as simple as that!
2015 “Crisis Manager of the Year” by the PRNews “PR People Awards”.
Chairman, The Lovell Group; Co-Founder, Principal Executive Officer, American Management Systems, Inc. (AMS); Director, Capital One Financial Corporation, Waste Management, Inc., Rosetta Stone, Inc, Liquidity Services, Inc., and Career Education Corporation; Former Chairman, Baker & Taylor, Inc,. Aegis Corporation, Core Street, Inc; a board member of more than 24 public and private companies.; National Association of Corporate Directors’ “Directorship 100: list.
Chairman, ProLink Solutions, Inc. former, Executive Vice President, Risk, and Chief Administrative Officer at CA Technologies, Inc., Global Risk Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc., Director, Business Risk at Deloitte & Touche LLC
Independent Director, Chair-Risk Oversight Committee, Member-Audit Committee, E*TRADE Financial
NACD Board Leadership Fellow and Risk Faculty
Author: Enterprise Risk Management (Wiley, 2rd Edition, 2014), GARP Inaugural Risk Manager of the Year (1997)
Former: managing director, Cyber, KPMG US, President, Qubera Solutions, Int’l Channel Manager, Sun Microsystems; Regional Vice President – Data Security & Identity Management Sales, Oracle
Author: “Enterprise Risk Management: Linking Risk and Opportunity”; National Association of Corporate Directors’ “Directorship 100” list of most influential governance professionals in the boardroom community.
Author: The Board Book, Making Your Corporate Board a Strategic Force in your Company’s Success
Former CEO: The Eisenhower Foundation, The American Assembly, The Royal Institution World Science Assembly; Risk management/resilience systems in major corporations (e.g. Xerox, BP, Unisys, IBM, General Foods etc.), Attorney