Call for speakers. Share your risk management or decision making stories with the world

Deadline for submission – 31 December 2019 

RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 broadcasted online at https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com from 14 to 18 October 2019

We invite industry leaders and practising risk managers and decision support scientists to present at the RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2020 scheduled from 12-16 October 2020.

RISK AWARENESS WEEK is an annual event that aims to promote risk management practices, risk psychology, decision science and quantitative risk analysis to decision makers globally. It is 100% online event and will bring leading risk management researchers and practitioners to thousands of computers or mobile phones globally.

RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 had over 2800 participants from 121 countries, becoming the largest online risk event ever, and RAW2020 is promising to be even bigger!

Our theme next year is “Better decision making through risk management” with specific focus on better planning, performance management and governance through risk management, neuroscience and decision science. 

Our core objective next year is to bring risk management to non-risk professionals who would benefit from its concepts and ideas the most. We want to ensure that we are able to empower non-risk employees to enhance corporate and personal decision making through better use of risk management tools and techniques.

This event is all about making risk management useful again and spreading the value beyond just the risk community.

Share your risk management or decision making stories with the world. Sign up to become one of the speakers

 

This conference is designed with accessibility in mind.  RAW2020 will aim to teach new concepts and ideas in decision making, risk psychology, project management and risk management and how to apply them. It will also examine case studies from around the world to ensure that these concepts are solidified in your attendees minds.

 

 

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