Risk management in practice
What are your practical experiences of risk management and risk identification?
What’s the origin of the theory of risk management?
What do you do when you can’t reduce risks and what should you avoid doing?
The kind of uncertainty varies heavily depending on the project. In some projects, the largest form of uncertainty is in regards to describing results. In other projects, there is uncertainty in implementation, meaning you know what you want to accomplish but you don’t know how.
Meanwhile, we can also talk about strategic uncertainty. This is about the expectations of your stakeholders and if the project results will be according to expectations.
In this workshop, we will be focusing on risk management and discussing the situations where it applies and the approaches and methods that are available.
In this workshop, participants are provided with knowledge about risk management and the related theories.
Focus will be on making established risk tools work and to avoid common “traps”. The workshop also includes dialogue about projects from the participants’ work.
Participants are provided with concrete advice about how to work with risks and applied risk management based on the comprehensive experience of Wenell.
2-3 hours. Morning, afternoon, or after work. You decide what is appropriate for you.
Number of participants
10-40 people. Ideally 15 people.
- Your experiences of risk management
- Risk management from a historical perspective
- A couple of real life cases
- Advice regarding risk management
- Reflection and activities to improve risk management
Quotes from participants
“Very good structure for managing different kinds of risks”
“I now understand the difference between strategic and operative uncertainty”