Free risk management training and webinars in Q4 2017

RISK-ACADEMY regularly runs free webinars on various risk management and decision quality topics. Browse the list below to see if any of our existing webinars would be interesting to you or your friends. Please feel free to share this page on social media. 4 future trends in risk management Join us to talk about 4…… Continue reading Free risk management training and webinars in Q4 2017

FREE WEBINAR: 4 practical steps to move from standalone risk management to risk-based decision making

Risk management is changing with more than ever focus on integration and human culture and cognitive aspects. It sounds obvious, but is it really? Here is a quick test: Which typical risk management element/tool has the least amount of value? Risk management framework Quarterly risk assessment workshops Risk reports Risk registers Heat maps? In my…… Continue reading FREE WEBINAR: 4 practical steps to move from standalone risk management to risk-based decision making

4 steps to integrate risk management into strategic planning

Let me first start by saying integrating risk management into strategic planning is NOT doing a startegic risk assessment or even having a risk conversation at the strategy setting meeting, it is so much more. You will also find it difficult to relate if the objectives have not been defined or documented in your company…… Continue reading 4 steps to integrate risk management into strategic planning

FREE WEBINAR: Integrating risk management into strategic planning

Over the years, risk managers have tried various ways to get the business units to participate in the risk management process. Some simplified the risk identification and assessment methodologies, others complicated them. The result in both cases was the same – disappointment. Best case scenario – annual or quarterly risk assessments were perceived as a necessary evil with most employees ignoring them and few actively resisting.
Did it ever strike you as odd, that risk management is supposed to be a support function, yet business units are constantly required to provide the information to the risk managers and not the other way around? It almost feels like the business is there to support risk managers in doing their job.
Maybe, just maybe, it is time for the risk managers to stop living in a universe, where the business is regularly required to provide information, participate in risk assessments and to contribute to lengthy discu