'It is the responsibility of the manager to not only proactively identify risk, but to also effectively communicate it to the board in such a way that convinces them to take good risk management decisions.'
The Times 'Raconteur' - Business Risk Strategies
As organisations become increasingly project focused, the need to identify, assess, manage and control risk becomes central to the success of the business. Project, programme and business managers need to use best-practice techniques for managing risk and also implement practical strategies for dealing with issues as they emerge. Using a mixture of presentation, discussion and hands-on exercises, this workshop addresses these topics in a highly engaging, concise and pragmatic manner.
No formal prerequisites are required for this workshop although it is assumed that delegates will have had prior exposure to project, business and/or operational management.
This highly interactive workshop uses a short case-study to enable delegates to gain confidence in the use of proven techniques in the areas listed below. The course will explain each stage of a formal risk management process before concluding with a discussion on the similarities and differences between risk and issue management. We provide a firm foundation for further development of risk management skills through self-reading, more advanced training and practical hands-on experience.
Risk Management Overview
Risk Response Planning