Knowledge and resources
With interest in a wide range of risk management topics growing internationally, IRM helps its members stay up to speed through its guides, best practice advice, resources, discussion forums and special interest groups.
Our online resource centre (ORC) provides easy access to a significant library of information. These include risk management standards, articles, guides, reports, videos, web links and templates such as risk registers, risk matrices, committee ToRs and job descriptions. There is also support on report writing, international operations and running risk workshops.
Our guides offer practical insights and tools into key risk management topics. We produce one major guidance document per year, as well as a number of summary guides.
Special interest groups
Our special interest groups (SIGs) provide forums for members and non-members to network, exchange views and share best practice. Through them you can:
- Make valuable contacts and gain insight into topical and challenging risk issues
- Develop your knowledge in specialist risk areas
- Use new knowledge and contacts to improve the profile of risk management in your organisation and enhance its business performance
Enterprise Risk Magazine is the 'must read' quarterly title for risk professionals, and those involved in enterprise risk management from board level down. It keeps members and the wider risk community up to date with IRM initiatives and leading industry news, thinking and debate.
Recently added to the online resource centre
IRM's online resource centre provides members with easy, searchable access to an extensive library of material and links to a wide range of risk management issues. Recent additions include:
The value killers revisited - a risk management study - thought leadership from Deloitte
Towards the Post 2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction - Considerations on its possible elements and characteristics - United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Risk and responsibility in a hyperconnected world - implications for enterprises - paper from McKinsey and World Economic Forum