Forthcoming courses in risk management & core skills • London • April & May 2013
From technology to operational change, a huge amount of corporate effort is spent on projects. Yet relatively few projects achieve their objectives in terms of cost, timeliness and specification. Here we look at how more realistic management of risk can change that.
Strategic error is the principal cause of loss of value. Yet most firms are still poor at incorporating analysis of risk & uncertainty in to their strategy & business model. Here we look at how to improve analysis of risk & uncertainty in corporate strategy.
London • Wednesday 17 April 2013
In both financial services and corporate sectors, firms are now expected to understand their risk appetite and apply in decision-making. In this seminar, we look at what risk appetite is, how to calculate it, what should be 'in' and what 'out', and how to apply it in practice.
A 2-day course on risk and the challenges of risk management in real-world firms and organizations and how our understanding needs to adapt to new knowledge emerging from major events, crises and failures with extensive use of case studies.
London • Tuesday, 22 May 2013
Suddenly everyone is talking about 'culture'. Industry bodies are advocating stronger cultures; financial services regulators and supervisors are already acting. But can culture be regulated meaningfully? And how can and should firms respond to the changes?
In a broad range of business roles – from auditors to risk advisors to consultants and others – interviewing is central to effectiveness. But few people do it as well as they could and should. This course explains key techniques for more effective interviewing.