Josh Vineyard, 11th Hour Service Manager
Josh Vineyard and IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) partner on a 6 episode series on Ethical Communication. Joshua Vineyard tells us that as the baby boomer and Gen x generations shrink and Gen y (millennials) and Gen z become a more prominent workforce, communication ethics is becoming an even more important topic. Josh will discuss how the nuances of communication, challenges in the ‘new-norm’ and the 3i model (Intention, Interaction, and influence) can not only increase the value of a combination of words and sentences, but the effectiveness of others to receive that message.
OMB’s Circular A-123, Appendix A Updates.
Sean Vineyard, and ACL Public Sector Account Executive Shelby Seip discuss OMB Circular A-123 appendix a latest updates, impact on internal controls and leveraging the circular in support of public sector ERM and creating a technology strategy to enable compliance with the new requirements.
Using Enterprise Risk Management in federal decision-making
A panel of experts from the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management discuss the adoption of ERM in the federal government.
Newly Published Book: Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management: Advancing Beyond the Basics.
Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management’s (AFERM), Risk Chats, hosted 3 contributing authors to the newly published book, Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management: Advancing Beyond the Basics. Listen to them discuss the book, their chapters and how they are contributing to the Federal ERM Community.
Military risk management compared to civilian risk management
Sean Vineyard, managing director and public sector lead at 11th Hour Service, outlines the differences between military and civilian risk management strategies, and why the Pentagon has “some of the best risk practitioners”.