What do you want to see at #RAW2020?

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… Continue reading What do you want to see at #RAW2020?

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5 reasons for risk managers to attend #RAW2020

FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT https://2020.riskawarenessweek.com/ Learn from some of the best risk management and decision making experts in the world. Each speaker has been carefully selected to share case studies, master classes and workshops with our participants. Each presentation is specifically tailored to appeal to both risk managers and decision makers alike and contains model,… Continue reading 5 reasons for risk managers to attend #RAW2020

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

Deadline for submission – 31 December 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… Continue reading Call for speakers. Share your risk management or decision making stories with the world

5 reasons to watch all the replays at #RISKAWARENESSWEEK2019

FREE REPLAYS AVAILABLE AT https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com Learn from some of the best risk management and decision making experts in the world. Each speaker has been carefully selected to share case studies, master classes and workshops with our participants. Each presentation is specifically tailored to appeal to both risk managers and decision makers alike and contains model,… Continue reading 5 reasons to watch all the replays at #RISKAWARENESSWEEK2019

These two workshops are a must watch for anyone wanting to move towards decision making. They are free to watch

Anyone working in risk management and insurance absolutely must watch these 2 workshops if they want to start making the transition from risk management 1 (corporate governance) to risk management 2 (decision making tool). 1. Accounting for Uncertainty in Business Decisions Risk is often defined as a measure of future uncertainties in achieving program performance… Continue reading These two workshops are a must watch for anyone wanting to move towards decision making. They are free to watch

These two workshops are a must watch for anyone working in risk management or insurance. They are free to watch

Anyone working in risk management and insurance absolutely must watch these 2 workshops: 1. Why risk management is broken? Despite ‘risk management’ being a much-heard expression these days: There is no agreement to the problem it is (ostensibly} solving Even among those who advocate its adoption and practice (often to earn their living} it has… Continue reading These two workshops are a must watch for anyone working in risk management or insurance. They are free to watch

Don’t miss day four workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

Risk Awareness Week is scheduled for 5 days. Each day will teach you an important aspect of effective decision making. Day three is all about practical application of decision science and risk management to decision making, cyber, information risks and operational risks in banks. Day four will start with Didier Odorico, Director, Risk Management, Tetra Pak, who will share… Continue reading Don’t miss day four workshops #riskawarenessweek2019

Deviations, Concentrations, Connections: Hints and Tips to draw insight from your risk data #riskawarenessweek2019

Standard risk reporting are often thick, descriptive, too rarely insightful or inspiring. In this session, Dr. Chapelle (University College London and www.chapelleconsulting.com) offers some simple tweaks to apply to risk reporting – and KRIs reporting – to make it more informative and insightful, attracting attention and driving better decisions. Information lies in deviations and concentrations;… Continue reading Deviations, Concentrations, Connections: Hints and Tips to draw insight from your risk data #riskawarenessweek2019

Why only a quantitative ERM approach will help solve the problems you really care about #riskawarenessweek2019

Risk management guidelines advise us what a good Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) system should look like. They explain that it should keep a business within the bounds of its risk appetite, should enable risks to be managed efficiently, and help ensure that strategic goals are met. They tell us that qualitative and quantitative methods can… Continue reading Why only a quantitative ERM approach will help solve the problems you really care about #riskawarenessweek2019

Struggling to migrate your focus from control to performance activities… choose your own path… #riskawarenessweek2019

Most professional risk managers are still trapped in control activities, struggling to switch their focus to performance. Instead of taking a radical giant step from RM1 to RM2 there is a way for each of us to progressively evolve our function. This can vary a lot, depending on your type of industry, where your company… Continue reading Struggling to migrate your focus from control to performance activities… choose your own path… #riskawarenessweek2019