A workshop by Steve McCrone.
We cannot afford to limit the detection and management of risk to those in formal risk related roles and the C-suite or Board.
We must develop and maintain a risk culture across the organisation if we are to become adaptive and resilient.
Why you should attend:
This workshop will provide participants with a new perspective on risk detection and management. We will learn new skills and ways of managing risk in a complex world.
This workshop will cover skills for:
- Decision making – how we can make better decisions in uncertain and complex situations
We will introduce the Cynefin framework, a decision-making tool that provides the basis for sensemaking and decision making.
- Using your staff and your professional contacts as a ‘human sensor network’
Tools and techniques for managing your network to provide weak signal detection and early warning capability.
- Decentralisation of risk management to small teams who are more contextually aware
We will discuss how to utilise small teams to rapidly test and exploit opportunities to explore and innovate.
- Fighting risk aversion
Aversion to risk can create a system where risk goes unreported and unmanaged. We will discuss ways to relax constraints on risk aversion and embrace risk for strategic advantage.
- Embracing risk as an enabler for innovation
Organisations who can detect weak signals, rapidly respond and exploit opportunities to create value form risk will outperform those who seek to ‘manage risk’ through a cumbersome planning process.
All attendees to the workshop will also get a Risk in Complexity booklet at the end of the workshop.
Date: Friday 13 November 2020
Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm | morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided
Venue: Wellington Club Building Level 4/88 The Terrace, Wellington 6011
Ticket pricing: Members – $862.50 inc GST | Non-members – $1,265.00 inc GST