Christopher Magno, Terrance McCue and Michael G. Gordon

Christopher Magno, CPA, CISA is a Lecturer at Columbia University’s Enterprise Risk Management Program. He has developed coursework in Enterprise Risk and Cognitive Bias and Risk. Chris has over 25 years of experience leading global audit and enterprise risk teams at Fortune 500 companies in the technology, consumer products and financial services industries. He is a graduate of Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management and is a licensed CPA in the State of New Jersey.

 

Terrance McCue is a CPA in the state of New Jersey with over 10 years of experience in various risk/audit/controlling roles for Fortune 500 organizations. He is an alumnus of St. Peter’s University and holds a BS in Accountancy and an MBA. Terrance is also an active educator holding the position of Associate Professor at Columbia University’s School Enterprise Risk Management Program.

 

 

Michael G. Gordon, Esq. is an attorney and strategist who advises companies of all sizes on legal, regulatory and governance issues. He is also a Professor of Business and Legal Studies at Seton Hall University and serves as a State Bar Examiner for the New Jersey State Board of Bar Examiners.

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Christopher Magno, Terrance McCue and Michael Gordon discuss the pervasive yet elusive concept of bias, offering guidance on how to spot common biases and useful tips on mitigating their effects on your risk assessments. While we as compliance specialists, attorneys and risk professionals typically try to end the year with a healthy dose of holiday cheer, this merriment is often short-lived and...

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