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The ADM working group report and the Integrated Risk Management Framework developed by the TBS provide useful benchmarks for this gap analysis. 2. Evaluate your employees’ knowledge about risk management concepts. Do they have a good grasp of the fundamental concepts? Do your risk specialists have the opportunity to stay abreast of technological and methodological advances? Is your organizational culture responsive to risk? 3. Talk with others involved in risk management; build a network of experts and colleagues who can provide advice and assistance.

CCMD and other organizations should also consider developing more content specific courses or course components for the key dimensions mentioned in this paper. Within courses, interactive learning tools such as case studies would allow individuals to interact with and compare strategies with others. For instance, risk managers could be presented with various kinds of risk management scenarios. They could be encouraged to explore the same situation from different perspectives and compare their perspectives and mental models with others.

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