The emerging, seemingly popular notion that enterprise risk management may not be meeting expectations and may be on the way out is much contrived and more than a bit overblown. In fact, while ERM may be at a crossroad of sorts, it offers organizations greater and more significant opportunities to make a difference.

To wit, Standard and Poor’s has just announced it will begin applying ERM rating criteria to its credit rating for nonfinancial entities. This says loud and clear that the rating agency sees value in assessing ERM capabilities in all rated companies.

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