Steven Minsky

Steven Minsky is the CEO of LogicManager, the author of the popular Risk Maturity Model (RMM) framework and online assessment tool and a recognized expert and thought leader in enterprise risk management (ERM).

Steven is a highly sought-after speaker and has led top-rated sessions for a variety of organizations. He regularly presents strategic and practical sessions at a variety of conferences, including the IIA All-Star Conference, American Bankers Association’s Risk Management Conference, the RIMS Annual and ERM Conferences, the IIA & ISACA’s GRC Conference and the Risk Management Association (RMA)’s GCOR series. He has led educational webinars on a variety of risk-based topics for groups like OCEG, RIMS and PCIAA and hosted board-level training sessions for many LogicManager customers.

Steven is also a patent author of risk and process management technology and holds MBA and M.A. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and The Joseph H. Lauder Institute of International Management.

He is the Founder and Chairman of Board of Directors for Achieving Your Potential, an independent, not-for-profit organization, separate and distinct from the elementary public schools system. Steven established this initiative to help dyslexic children get the evidenced-based curriculum, teaching and support they need to reach their own personal potential.

In February of 2017, Steven was appointed President of the Lauder Institute Alumni Association (LIAA) to foster social connections and professional development for global alumni at the Lauder MBA/M.A. program at the University of Pennsylvania.

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As companies slowly start returning to work, it is time to re-emphasize risk management practices. LogicManager CEO Steven Minsky outlines several steps organizations can take now that will also prepare them for the potential of a second round of COVID-19 in the fall. COVID-19 served as a wake-up call for many reasons. For businesses, we learned some hard lessons about our preparedness...

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