Effective risk management
Wednesday 18 November 2015
Is risk and opportunity balanced in your organisational
strategy and decision making processes?
Saward Dawson is continuing its series of seminars specifically designed to provide practical application to improve board governance practices. Risk management is key part of the governance practices for an organisation. An effective risk management process enables informed decisions to be made where risk and reward are systematically analysed.
Implementing a structured risk management process can be scaled for organisations of varying size and complexity. The simple process of embedding risk analysis into decision making processes is an easy first step to effective risk management. The session will provide an introduction to risk management from a governance perspective and provide methods and examples to improve organisational risk management.
Topics to be covered include:
Board responsibilities for risk
Risk and opportunity
Establishing a risk management framework
Risk identification, monitoring and management
Organisational risk culture
This session is specifically designed for board members and CEOs and managers seeking to better understand and manage risk. The session is limited to 20 participants to allow for discussion and networking. Jeff Tulk our Head of Governance and Financial Reporting will facilitate this session. Jeff is a qualified Chartered Accountant, a member of the AICD and an experienced trainer and facilitator who regularly presents for the Governance Institute and Chartered Accountants ANZ.
Venue: Saward Dawson offices
20 Albert Street Blackburn
Date and time: Wednesday 18 November 2015
6.15 pm for 6:30 - 8:30pm
Cost: $165.00 Light refreshments provided. (CPE: 2 hours)
Parking: Ample street parking is available including the adjacent car park on the corner of Albert St and Railway Road.
To book for this seminar
Online bookings: Book online
Call our office: 9894 2500 and ask for Jacki