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Michael Yip
January 8, 2014
How to Stop Re-Inventing the Wheel of Best Practices – Consider ERM…
For decades now, companies have implemented formalized business systems and management processes such as “Kaizen” (continuous improvement), “Just-In-Time” (JIT) inventory handling, lean manufacturing and Six-Sigma, to name a few.
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December 10, 2013
Cloud Computing – Practical Risk Management Tips
Many companies today are on board, or seriously considering, the adoption of a cloud computing model.
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Paul Duchaine
November 26, 2013
An ounce of prevention…
There was a time when fire was by far the most feared peril for commercial and residential property owners and insurers alike. In fact, fire was one of the main driving forces leading to the creation of property insurance to help protect the interests of building owners, businesses and creditors.
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Anne Taylor
Anne Taylor
November 19, 2013
How much is enough insurance? How bad could it be?
A trucking firm might say “why do we have to carry such high auto liability limits, what can really happen in the scheme of the everyday ordinary truck driving life?”
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Shaun Freeman
Shaun Freeman
November 6, 2013
Stay focused while on the road, it could save your life and others!
During a recent business trip, on which my family had accompanied me, I was rolling south along the I5.
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Martine Douce
October 30, 2013
Credit Insurance in all its forms: what’s driving its popularity?
Increased exports are becoming a social necessity
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Gilles Gervais
Gilles Gervais
October 23, 2013
Museums and the management of risk
A museum is an institution that collects, protects and displays works of art for the benefit of its clientele: tourists, citizens, collectors and art enthusiasts.
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