19th Annual Spring Training Seminar

The Detroit Chapters of IIA and ISACA are proud to co-sponsor the 19th Annual Spring Training. A number of classes sell out each year! Don't miss out on the opportunity to network with your peers, enhance your skills, and learn about new products and services in the marketplace.

Suburban Collection Showplace
46100 Grand River Ave
Novi, Michigan 48374

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Enterprise Risk Management in the Age of Business Transformation

12 noon to 1 pm
One CPE Credit

Presented by: Dr. Mohan Tanniru

Business transformation in the 21st century has organizations extending their value chain into customer decision making, as they design and deliver “digital services” using advanced information technology. Such transformations need organizations to run at a faster speed to explore new value creating opportunities and still keep running their daily operations at regular speed. So, organizations may need two different organizational structures and governance models to manage both faster and regular speeds to isolate risks, including strategic (e.g. brand reputation), compliance (e.g. data security and integrity), operational and technical risks that surface when working with many unproven technologies, external partners, and evolving customer expectations. This presentation will look at strategies to address these risks.

Professor Mohan R Tanniru, Ph.D.
Oakland University, MI, USA
Senior Investigator, Henry Ford Health System

Dr. Mohan Tanniru is the Professor of MIS in the DIS Department of the School of Business Administration at Oakland University. He also taught at the U of Arizona, Syracuse U, and U of Wisconsin-Madison, and was the former Dean of the School of Business and the founding director of Applied Technology of Business Program at Oakland University, and the Dept. Head of MIS at U of Arizona. His published extensively in areas related to knowledge base/expert and decision systems, process modeling, health care operation and leadership as well as patient engagement and satisfaction. His work appeared in journals such as ISR, MIS Quarterly, Decision Sciences, DSS, JMIS, IEEE Transactions in Eng. Management, CACM, health care management and administration, and health care policy and technology. He coordinated numerous student and research projects with companies including GM, Chrysler, HP. Lear, Comerica, UTC, Bristol Myers Squibb, Honeywell, Intel, and Raytheon, and health care organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Beaumont Health Systems, St Joseph Mercy-Oakland, and Henry Ford Health Systems.

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