BLACK FRIDAY – Free access to all RAW2020 workshops until 28.11.2020

RISK MANAGEMENT AWARENESS is the biggest online platform to learn about risk management and decision making. Amazing lineup of international speakers have recorded practical case studies on integrating risk management into decision making, planning, project management, performance management and core business processes. You can watch the workshops any time on your phone, computer or tablet. More… Continue reading BLACK FRIDAY – Free access to all RAW2020 workshops until 28.11.2020

RAW2020 starts tomorrow for 3500+ participants

Join the Risk Management Awareness week from 12 to 16 October 2020. Amazing lineup of speakers running online workshops dedicated to integrating risk management into decision making, planning, project management, performance management and core business processes. It is a 100% online conference that enables you to tune into just the workshops that interest you. If you can’t… Continue reading RAW2020 starts tomorrow for 3500+ participants

Recommended pre-reading for the RAW2020 conference

RAW2020 is less than a month away and I wanted to share something valuable with you. During the conference you will hear many of the speakers talk about Risk Management 2 (RM2), decision science, decision quality, probability theory and other terms unfamiliar to many risk practitioners or business decision makers. These 3 things will help… Continue reading Recommended pre-reading for the RAW2020 conference

Addressing the Failure of Risk Quantification: Moving from Speculating on Project Complexity to Actually Quantifying It

https://2020.riskawarenessweek.com/talks/addressing-the-failure-of-risk-quantification-moving-from-speculating-on-project-complexity-to-actually-quantifying-it/ This report is based on the author’s recent book ‘Modern Risk Quantification in Complex Projects: Non-linear Monte Carlo and System Dynamics Methodologies’ published by Oxford University Press this year. Project practitioners and decision makers complain that both Monte Carlo and especially parametric methods fail to produce accurate project duration and cost contingencies in the… Continue reading Addressing the Failure of Risk Quantification: Moving from Speculating on Project Complexity to Actually Quantifying It

RAW2020: The Failure of Risk Management

https://2020.riskawarenessweek.com/talks/the-failure-of-risk-management/ Choices to make for your company or organization can seem overwhelming at times and the answers to hard questions may seem impossible to find. Whether your uncertain decisions are in a small company assessing a critical market opportunity, a Fortune 100 company implementing an enterprise-wide process to prioritize an entire portfolio of projects, or… Continue reading RAW2020: The Failure of Risk Management

Your kids are not taught risk management at school, you have to do it

I wanted to start with some typical math problems in school: Two cars started from the same point, at 5 am, travelling in opposite directions at 40 and 50 mph respectively. At what time will they be 450 miles apart? At 9 am a car (A) began a journey from a point, travelling at 40 mph. At… Continue reading Your kids are not taught risk management at school, you have to do it

RAW2020 – Behind the scenes

The challenge Alex Sidorenko has been working in risk management, a relatively small field in quantitative decision making, for 15 years. His speciality lies in the statistics, math and decision-making disciplines. Travelling to speak at conferences was a major part of his role as Head of Risk at large corporations and later as freelance risk… Continue reading RAW2020 – Behind the scenes

5 reasons why internal auditors need to attend #RAW2020

Risk Management Awareness Week from 12 to 16 October 2020 is a perfect place for internal auditors to learn. Risk Awareness Week RAW2020 brings some of the leading risk management researchers and practitioners to your computer or mobile phone. It is designed to raise awareness about risk management application in planning, forecasting, budgeting, construction, investments… Continue reading 5 reasons why internal auditors need to attend #RAW2020

RAW2020: Successful use of risk modelling and simulations in public private partnerships – Yehuda Sapir

https://2020.riskawarenessweek.com/talks/successful-use-of-risk-modelling-and-simulations-in-public-private-partnerships/ Civil engineering mega projects hardly exercises efficient and effective risk management in general, and lacks utilizing advanced simulations such as Monte Carlo, to support decision making. The webinar will demonstrate successful utilization of these simulations, along the project’s life cycle and road map, supporting decision making in critical points such as contingency decision. The… Continue reading RAW2020: Successful use of risk modelling and simulations in public private partnerships – Yehuda Sapir