• Enterprise Risk Management

    Enterprise Risk Management

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is an important component of a decision-making process in organizations. It is the risks that determine the strategic direction of a company's movement, and have an impact on the operational and project activities. Risk management is a daily management tool. Qualitatively tuned, it allows the owners of a company and their management to protect themselves from unforeseen situations, to minimize losses, to optimize processes, to control the direction of movement towards business goals. It also helps to demonstrate business reliability to employees, customers, and partners. Our training will help to understand how this tool works in practice and when it can be used.

At the Enterprise Risk Management training, we will discuss in detail and practice the skills necessary today to build an effective and risk-intelligent risk management system suitable for your business.

The training will help you to:

  • Understand the complex world of risk management methodologies
  • Identify, describe and evaluate the risks of an organization
  • Receive a set of advanced risk management tools
  • Understand where the organization has a risk management function and what its tasks are
  • To learn how to present risks to management effectively - so that it is clear and not boring
  • And much more!


Who can benefit from the Enterprise Risk Management training:

  • Company and Start-up Owners 
  • Management at all levels
  • Change Managers
  • Business Transformation Managers
  • Agile Transformation Agents and Leaders
  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Tech / Team Leads
  • and anyone involved in managing successful teams


Training program

  • What is Risk Management? What value does the risk management bring to an organization?
  • ISO 31000: 2018 standard. Basic terms and definitions. A Risk Management Framework.
  • Risk management process: from criteria selection to scenario processing and monitoring.
  • Techniques and tools for risk assessment (an interview, the Delphi method, BIA, Ishikawa diagrams, statistical methods, the matrix of consequences and probabilities, cost/benefit analysis). Which tool should you choose?
  • Risk Identification, Risk Appetite, Risk Prioritization, Probability and Impact Matrix.
  • Mathematics of Risk: risk level calculation models.
  • Risk register, as the main risk management tool: what should be in it?
  • Place of the risk management on the company's Process Map.
  • Types of a business risk.
  • Risk Management Framework: policies, procedures, templates, plans, strategies.
  • Plan for implementing risk management in organizations - where should you start? Who should be a sponsor?
  • Risk visualization to management - how to make it so that it is clear and not boring?
  • Why do I need a Risk Management Committee in an organization?
  • Roles and responsibilities in the risk management framework.
  • Risk management tools at all levels of an organization.
who teaches
LECTORS
Aleksey
Shebanov
Ciklum & E5 Trainings