A Personalized and Practical workshop – find answers
on implementing risk management by interacting with leading
international experience in successful implementation of risk
management. Australia’s Grant Purdy who implemented
enterprise risk management in BHP Billiton and Dale Cooper
whose book on Project Risk Management is used around the world
will headline the risk experts. John Shortreed, Director of
IRR has 25 years experience in the evolution of risk management
in unique situations culminating in being a Canadian expert
to the new ISO 31000 standard on risk management that truly
represents international best practice. Matthew Hilbert, an
independent consultant who has consulted worldwide on financial
risks, knows the environment, capabilities and support for
implementing risk management in Canada.
Find out how you can implement risk management
in your organization, this is not stars in the sky but a
down and dirty how to workshop.
Learn about best practise in implementing
risk management that has emerged in the ISO 31000 risk management
Find out why common roadblocks such as
“How to merge strategic risk management with Operational,
HSEC (Health, Safety, Environment and Community) risk management
challenges?” are eliminated by best practice approaches.
Take away ‘based-on-experience solutions’
for success and to counter common threats to effective risk
Discover how risk management supports
Deal with all the critical issues of the
15 participants, based on personal pre-workshop interviews
and workshop discussions
In the next 5 years leading companies will move to an holistic
total organization proactive approach to managing uncertainty.
This will combine existing methods for credit risk, operational
risk, fiscal liquidity, regulatory compliance, project risk,
climate change, carbon management, green policies, and other
now independent risk management activities where some of the
big risks fall through the cracks. They will do this in order
to improve overall risk management support for strategic decisions
involving threats and opportunities rather than depending
on crude and often uninformative summaries of impacts.
The workshop is organized by the IRR (Institute for Risk
Research), University of Waterloo, and
supported by Broadleaf Capital International. The IRR would
like to thank the ISO 31000
working group who have successfully captured the current best
practise for risk management.