ERM


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ERMEnterprise Resource Management
ERMEnterprise Risk Management
ERMEnvironmental Resources Management
ERMExchange Rate Mechanism (finance)
ERMETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Committee on EMC and Radio Spectrum Matters
ERMEmployee Relationship Management
ERMEuropean Exchange-Rate Mechanism
ERMEnterprise Rights Management
ERMEnterprise Relationship Management
ERMEntity Relationship Model
ERMEnterprise Report Management
ERMEnterprise Report Management (aka Computer Output to Laser Disk, COLD)
ERMEpiretinal Membrane
ERMEuropean Restructuring Monitor
ERMEcole Royale Militaire (Belgium)
ERMEmpirical Risk Minimization
ERMExact Repeat Mission
ERMExtended Range Munition (Army/Navy)
ERMEmployee Resource Management
ERME-Business Relationship Management
eRMe Reuse Methodology (Verisity)
ERMEarth Radiation Mission (ESA)
ERMElectronic Relationship Management
ERMEngineering for Reduced Maintenance
ERMElevation Reference Mark (US FEMA)
ERMEnvironmentally Responsible Manufacturing
ERMExplicit Rate Marketing (Stratacom)
ERMEnvelope Reflectance Meter (US Postal Service)
ERMEn-Route Metering
ERMEddy-Resolving Model
ERMElectronics Records Management
ERMExtension, Renovation and Modernization (India)
ERMEstrada Resign Movement (political group in the Philippines)
ERMEstrogen Receptor Methylation
ERMEnterprise Reward Management
ERMExploitation Requirements Management
ERMExtended Reliability Model
ERMEvent Report Manager (GDMO)
ERMEnfants Refugies du Mondes (French)
ERMEmpowerment Recovery Model
ERMEmail Resource Management
ERMEvents Resourcing Model
ERMExternal Relationships Management
ERMElectronic Referral Manager (healthcare software)
ERMEffective Resource Management (various locations)
ERMEdward R. Murrow (journalist)
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Just as motorcycles are not exempt from the rules of the road, ERM also has to abide by applicable regulations and laws.
The definition of ERM has also solidified, though a number of ERM approaches compete for legitimacy.
What are the benefits of an effective ERM program for an organization?
When our firm is asked to assist in the creation of an ERM program at an organization, we are often boldly asked how often the program actually works as designed and, more importantly, how often it fails.
Laszlo Hrabovszki, group chief life and health actuary at Generali Deutschland, said, SunGard s iWorks ERM Platform has helped us to accelerate our progress toward meeting Solvency II requirements by tracking performed actions transparently and supporting the fulfillment of governance and compliance.
Whilst providing a local service, the ERM Swansea office is also part of a UK-based international business employing more than 3,600 staff in 40 countries.
Consider the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission ERM Framework.
Philip St Baker, ERM Chief Executive said:  "The new agreement created by ERM with the Federal Government as being the largest electric power supplier client outside Queensland.
In a white paper on ERM published in 2003, a definition by former university risk manager Leta Finch contains the important concepts that still underlie the most successful higher education ERM programs.
Failure to use ERM to inform management's decision-making for both risk-taking and risk-avoiding decisions.
As time passed, my desire for an ERM grew, but it became clear that commercial ERMs were going to be extremely expensive.