IMPROVE THE ORGANISATION'S SUCCESS BY STRATEGICALLY WORKING ON THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF RISKS IN THE ORGANISATION
- Have the knowledge and skills to anticipate organisational risk.
- Appreciate the importance of risk management in the organisation.
- Understand methodologies for risk identification and classification.
- Participants can prepare a risk management plan.
- Participants are prepared to put risk management into practice in projects and organisations.
- Demonstrate the capacity to analyse and evaluate adverse events and opportunities for arriving at a well-informed decision-making arena.
- Produce and present good research-based reports on organisational risks. demonstrate the ability to quickly adapt to changes and hold new technology in line with global trends.
- Apply research knowledge and skills to evaluate situations that may hinder success in organizations.
- Respond to natural and man-made disasters to ensure the success of your organization.
- Ready to exercise innovation and creativity skills in dealing with risk in organizations. Understand best practices in risk management.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Introduction to risks in organizations
- Understanding risk factors and types (categories)
- Understanding of organisation environment in relation to risks
- Organization Risk management overview
- Organizational risk management processes
- Organizational risk oversight and responses
- Key risk indicators and their relationship to reports
- Risk treatment strategies and responses
- Risk records, communications and reporting
- Innovation and creativity in managing organisational risks
- Organizational risk identification processes
- Risk scope, criteria and context analysis
- Risk assessment process
- Advanced analysis and evaluation of eisks in organizations
- Risk factors analysis and forecasting process
- Organizational risk treatment processes
- Organizational risk records and reporting templates
WHO THE COURSE IS FOR
This course is designed for programme/project managers, M&E officers, community development officers, and others with interest in PPM.