Corporate Executive Program's Global Risk Index Takes Center Stage Today at Gleneagles, Scotland

Operating under the auspices of FIRST, the CEP takes a cross functional approach to risk management by seeking to bridge the gap between the technical and business areas of global companies.

The Global Risk Index (GRI) took center stage at the biannual Corporate Executive Program (CEP) which kicked off today at Gleneagles, Scotland. Business leaders representing some of the world’s largest Corporations discussed, debated and ranked risks ranging from Avian Flu Pandemic to Energy to Terrorism. The proprietary GRI will continue to be debated and refined over the next two days. An executive planning tool, the GRI will help companies determine strategies for speed, flexibility and agility, ultimately giving them competitive advantage. As part of the process, today and tomorrow, members will actively participate in various real-world exercises to develop the skills needed not only to survive but to recover from a catastrophic event. “Protecting Corporate Reputation” was the theme and focus on the day, while tomorrow, communications experts will provide insights into “Making it Happen…The Blueprint.” Operating under the auspices of FIRST, the CEP takes a cross functional approach to risk management by seeking to bridge the gap between the technical and business areas of global companies. For more information on the CEP click here.

Thu, 11 May 2006 06:32:00 +0000

Corporate Executive Program's Global Risk Index Takes Center Stage Today at Gleneagles, Scotland

Operating under the auspices of FIRST, the CEP takes a cross functional approach to risk management by seeking to bridge the gap between the technical and business areas of global companies.

The Global Risk Index (GRI) took center stage at the biannual Corporate Executive Program (CEP) which kicked off today at Gleneagles, Scotland. Business leaders representing some of the world’s largest Corporations discussed, debated and ranked risks ranging from Avian Flu Pandemic to Energy to Terrorism. The proprietary GRI will continue to be debated and refined over the next two days. An executive planning tool, the GRI will help companies determine strategies for speed, flexibility and agility, ultimately giving them competitive advantage.