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How much does risk matter to you and your organisation?
How can I harness the benefits of pro-actively managing risk?
Did you know:
- 68% of organisations say that their business leaders don’t understand how threats can impact the organisation (Ponemon Institute)
- 92% of CEOs say that information about risk is critical to success…
- …BUT only 23% believe they have the right information and approach to risk management (Ponemon Institute)
Many organisations and many individuals have come across risk but not all fully integrate risk and the benefits of managing it into their work.
In this 40 minute webinar find out why, more than ever, it’s critical to identify many of the internal and external factors that will influence the organisation’s attitude in relation to the risk it is prepared to accept and how this risk will then be managed.
Find out more about our one-day APMG-International professionally certified risk management module which will arm you with the skills and knowledge needed to manage risk, leading to APMG’s professionally certified exam and digital badge.
Anyone who has exposure to projects, business and/or operational management.
About the speaker:
Dr Ian Clarkson, Project & Programme Management Practice Director, QA
Dr Ian Clarkson is a highly experienced consultant, author, trainer and speaker with over 20 years’ experience in project management, organisational change and learning. Ian has worked with some of the world's largest organisations in all sectors. He was an author of the APM BoK 6 and a referenced reviewer to the most recent update to the PRINCE2 and MSP publications. Ian was on the technical advisory board for the development of the APM Higher Apprenticeship in Project Management, and also for the update to the APM suite of certifications for BoK 6. Ian is a regular blogger, podcaster, and contributor to the APM as well as the Project Manager Today magazine. Ian is passionate about helping organisations improve PPM delivery, and encouraging the next generation of PPM professionals. When he’s not helping organisations transform Ian reads the latest articles and research on the topic. Maybe he should just get out more instead!