26 Mar.

What’s your return on risk?

Private companies

Tuesday, 02:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will assess what it means to be resilient and identify ways to decide which posture to assume.

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Key takeaways

Host: Kirsten Vosen, Audit & Assurance partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Presenters: Bill Marquard, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                       Naba Sengupta, senior manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP 
                       Aaron Zboril, managing director, Deloitte & Touche LLP

1.0 Overview CPE credit | Management Services

Enterprise risk management can improve the value companies realize from risk—whether that’s taking calculated risks or mitigating those you can’t. But context can matter when it comes to resilience: The response depends on the nature of the disruption. Is your company prepared to respond and adapt? We’ll discuss:

  • Four resilience postures to assume or pivot to in the face of disruption
  • Possible ways to create a culture of “always on” risk monitoring to confront evolving threats
  • Internal control enhancements that can empower leaders to respond to risk with speed and confidence

Meet the speakers

Kirsten Vosen

Kirsten Vosen

US Deloitte Private Audit & Assurance Leader

With more than 30 years of audit and accounting experience, Kirsten Vosen serves as the Audit & Assurance Private leader, focused on strategic growth in the private segment. In addition, Kirsten serves as the Partner in Charge of Private Company Matters in the National Office Audit Group at Deloitte & Touche LLP. In this role, she is charged with leading the consultation and rollout of our Private Audit Methodology, including leadership involvement in our private company centers of excellence and a variety of global transformation efforts.

Bill Marquard

Bill Marquard

Managing Director Monitor Deloitte

Bill is a managing director in Deloitte’s strategy and analytics practice—and a former philosophy major with a passion for applying liberal arts disciplines to business leadership. He leads Deloitte’s market efforts on resilient leadership, and also works with CEOs, senior executives, and their teams to develop and deliver growth strategies and retail customer experience. Earlier in his career, Bill served as a c-level executive for a Fortune 200 wholesaler/retailer, where he started and ran a chain of limited assortment stores, managed a $3bn supply alliance, and led major cost and IT transformations. He is the author of Leadership Lessons from Leonardo, as well as Deloitte’s five signature articles on resilient leadership which emerged from the COVID-19 crisis. His business strategy book, Wal-Smart: What it Really Takes to Profit in a Walmart World was selected as one of the top five business books of the year, and he has been featured as a leader in business strategy in multiple media outlets including CNN, CNBC, First Business, the Wall Street Journal, and the Chicago Tribune. Bill also served on the faculty of Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, and has lectured on leadership issues at the White House, Duke University, the University of Notre Dame, and DePaul University.

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