Enterprise Risk Management Agile Canvas: A Framework for Risk Management on Public Administration

Autores

  • Gustavo de Freitas Alves 1Hepta Tecnologia e Informática, Brasília, Brasil
  • Mary Anne Fontenele Martins Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária, Brasília, Brasil
  • Rodrigo Lino de Brito Ministério da Economia, Brasília, Brasil
  • Wildenildo Oliveira dos Santos Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária, Brasília, Brasil

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21874/rsp.v71ic.4363

Palavras-chave:

risk management, public sector, public governance, canvas

Resumo

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a method of governance for managers as it offers a new point of view for monitoring and achieving an organization’s objective. The ERM practices can be adapted to public organizations for strategic, tactical, and operational purposes. The focus of this article is to report the experience of developing and applying the ERM method to a regulatory agency through a case study. This locus research subject, the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), was chosen for its relevance in the context of the Brazilian public administration on risk management, due to its needs for internal controls and poorly developed risk maturity. This work has inductive reasoning and is characterized as an exploratory typology since there is little systematic and accumulated knowledge. The investigation deals with the Canvas model and its tools related to risk management – an emerging innovation framework that has readily been explored. The ERM Agile Canvas uses visual thinking allowing participants in workshops to contribute effectively with all stages established in national and international standards. It also enhances the risks classification and analysis by mapping and visualizing all of the Canvas and objectively planning ERM treatment. The method is adaptable and applicable to other public service organizations, in such a way that in a workshop one can apply techniques and work with several types of risks simultaneously. The results allow for a relationship comparison between sections, revealing the risk meaning and causality for improved public governance.

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Biografia do Autor

Gustavo de Freitas Alves, 1Hepta Tecnologia e Informática, Brasília, Brasil

PhD in Administration at University of Brasília - UnB (2020). Master´s in applied computer science at UnB (2015). Consultant for over 15 years with broad experience in Information Technology, ability to translate business needs into action, advising teams and organizations. Practical and academic abilities to deal with complex problem.

Mary Anne Fontenele Martins, Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária, Brasília, Brasil

Specialization and Master’s degree in Public Health from the Federal University of Ceará (2003). PhD student in Public Health at the University of Brasília. Knowledge in health surveillance, management, strategic health planning & assessment, and application of risk identification and management techniques in public organizations.

Rodrigo Lino de Brito, Ministério da Economia, Brasília, Brasil

Master's degree (2007) in Public Health at Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Fiocruz). Has experience in Public Management and Public Health fields. Since 2011, has worked as a Specialist in Public Policy and Government Management, developing projects in the areas of Planning, Governance and Innovation at the Ministry of Economy.

Wildenildo Oliveira dos Santos, Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária, Brasília, Brasil

Specialist in Public Administration by the University of Piauí (2005), in Health Surveillance by FIOCRUZ (2011) and in Health Surveillance Management by Instituto Sírio Libanês (2012), public servant at Anvisa (2007), experience in strategic planning, project management , regulatory quality, business processes and corporate risk management.

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2020-12-11

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de Freitas Alves, G. ., Fontenele Martins, M. A. ., Lino de Brito, R., & Oliveira dos Santos, W. . (2020). Enterprise Risk Management Agile Canvas: A Framework for Risk Management on Public Administration. Revista Do Serviço Público, 71(c), 438-459. https://doi.org/10.21874/rsp.v71ic.4363

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Especial: Caminhos da Governança Pública