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Norman’s most popular 2011 posts

These are the posts on my personal blog that obtained the most views. The #1 post, on risk appetite, garnered nearly 3,000 views.

I will later share the top posts on the IIA blog.

1

Just what is risk appetite and how does it differ from risk tolerance?

2

10 reasons not to like the COSO ERM framework – a discussion with Grant Purdy

3

The difference between continuous controls monitoring and the continuous inspection of transactions

4

The essential ingredient to effective risk management: the culture

5

How do you evaluate your risk management program?

6

A metaphor that explains GRC

7

PwC has sound advice on Continuous Auditing

8

What is the relationship between Governance, ERM, and Internal Control?

9

New guidance on risk appetite and tolerance. I like some parts, disagree with others

10

Explaining the value of risk management

11

Risk management is not a quarterly exercise. It should be a way of life

12

A good argument by EY for improved ERM, but a poor one for GRC

13

Risks to watch in 2011

14

Excellent resources for risk (and GRC) professionals

15

Is Internal Audit lacking in leadership skills?

16

The future of the internal audit profession

17

RIMS’ report on ERM standards and guidelines: a recommended read

18

Disappointed by the PwC State of the Internal Audit Profession 2011

19

Survey results: how people define GRC

20

Where should internal audit report? Should it be to the audit committee?

21

Risk-based Continuous Monitoring/Auditing – Developments

22

The solutions I would buy for GRC

23

Deloitte releases Global Risk Management Survey, on financial services institutions

24

What are the top issues for IT governance?

25

Continuous auditing that should NOT be performed by internal audit

26

KPMG reports major problems in how risk management is understood and practiced

27

Should internal audit ‘do SOX’?

28

Study reports on the Benefits of Continuous Monitoring

29

Questions to ask executives about risk management

30

People are the root cause of most risk and control issues

31

How many risks should be managed and often should you do so?

32

Enabling risk management across the organization

33

PwC explains why leading finance functions are 60% more efficient than the average

34

What is the state of internal auditing? My opinion

35

Advice from McKinsey on board dynamics and practices

36

Economist Intelligence Unit report on the maturity of risk and compliance

37

A true story of fraud and corporate culture that has implications for us all

38

PwC Global Information Security Study

39

Goldman Sachs’ 10 Principles of Effective Risk Oversight

40

Should the head of the internal audit function also direct the risk management program?

41

An effective risk tolerance, appetite, criteria, etc. statement

42

PwC reports changes are brewing in the boardroom. Are they enough?

43

Response to a guest blog on “What’s wrong with GRC?”

44

Does risk management really include the upside of potential events?

45

Just what is GRC? Please share your definition

46

Aberdeen’s report on risk management includes some interesting materials

47

Advice on board oversight of risk management

48

We need your comments to upgrade the draft COSO internal control framework

49

McKinsey survey shows board practices need improvement

50

Deloitte discusses effective board composition

51

Which came first, strategy or risk: which is the chicken and which is the egg?

52

A new study on “Effective GRC Management: Positioning your company for growth”

53

Facts, risks, and opportunities: The explosion of data about us and our companies

54

Shining the spotlight on mobile risks and opportunities

55

Can directors rely on external auditor to detect material errors in financial statements?

56

A discussion of Risk Appetite by thought leaders

57

Protiviti study on IT auditing raises more questions than it answers

58

Study assesses the cost of a data breach

59

There’s a ton of interesting content in Deloitte’s “Tech Trends 2011”

60

Chasing user access and SOD problems

 

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