Dear member,

Are you a Though Leader in one of the major areas of Risk Management including but not limited to Operational Risk, ERM, Compliance and Ethics?

Are you interested in presenting a webinar which we conduct together with a major solution provider in the field?

   

If your answer on both questions is yes, please apply by either commenting on this post, sending me a direct message via this platform or by sending me an e-mail to borisagranovich@globalriskconsult.com.

Please indicate the topic & webinar outline. The best dates and other details can be discussed and finalized later.

 

We conduct series of thought leadership webinars to share best practices on core Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), Compliance & Ethics areas. These sessions are organized around various industry and solution themes on an ongoing basis and are easily accessible to all participants at free of cost.

Boris Agranovich

GlobalRisk Community, Founder

 

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  • Hi Boris,

    I would like to discuss speaking on the topic of Social Media Governance and Risk Mitigation. As a co-founder of Brandle, Inc. I spend a great deal of time with Compliance and Risk Officers, GCs, and CMO's in regulated industries guiding them on best practices and management of their web and social assets.  Please contact me if this topic fits with the content/agenda direction.  I can either deliver a sound blueprint direction for sound corproate social media governance or pull together a great panel offering different perspectives on governance, compliance and risk mitigation. I look forward to chatting.

  • Boris,

    My current area of endeavor is metrics. I have a couple of books out on the subject and interested in doing some more presentations

    best

    Krag Brotby

  • Happy to do one on Risk Culture Building 

    All companies are practicing some level of risk management, either on a formal basis, with policies, processes and systems, or on an informal basis, without any risk management structure. Those who are not good at risk management or doing nothing about risk management will be exploited by those who are good at it, so it is time to do some "stock-taking" of your risk management capabilities.To start this process an organisation first needs to get an accurate picture of the current level of risk culture maturity in the organisation; with this assessment complete, the task of Risk Culture Building can start.Risk Culture Building is the process of growth and continuous improvement in the way each and every person in an organisation will respond to a given situation of risk as to mitigate, control and optimize that risk to the benefit of the organisation.

    Regards

    Horst

  • Yes, 

    I would like to deliver a webinar on risk topics. I am a certified project risk management professional (PMI-RMP). I have been delivering presentations, webinars and classes/workshops on project risk management for several years. I have developed a presentation that is highly suitable for webinars of 45-75 minutes long. The topic is "Developing and using risk contingency reserve in projects". Here is the summary of this presentation.

    --------------Developing and using risk contingency reserve in projects ---------------------

    The contingency reserve, which is time and/or money allocated to address identified risks, is a critical part of project risk management. With a contingency reserve, project managers can address risks that occur on the project, communicate the level of risk exposure to stakeholders, and increase the predictability of project outcomes. Using the risk register and Expected Monetary Value (EMV) technique, project managers can easily develop a contingency reserve for their project and begin realizing the benefits of this powerful tool. Attendees will learn more about how contingency reserve fits into the overall risk management process, how to calculate and use the contingency reserve, and how to communicate the contingency reserve to stakeholders to increase organizational participation in risk management. 

    This presentation is very useful for anyone who is involved in project management and is responsible for delivering projects in a predictable manner. He/she can be a project manager, program manager, portfolio manager, a member of a company’s PMO, or a sponsor or stakeholder who has interest in predictable outcome of his/her project(s). At the end of this presentation, attendees will get a much better idea about contingency reserve and the role it plays in keeping the projects on track. They will also walk away with tools and templates to effectively implement contingency reserve for their projects.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Clear understanding of risk contingency reserve.
    2. Skill development in using Expected Monetary Value (EMV) techniques to develop the contingency reserve.
    3. Methods for communicating the contingency reserve to sponsors and stakeholders.

    ----------------My (NK Shrivastava's) Short Bio -------------------------------------

    NK Shrivastava, MBA, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, is CEO of RefineM LLC and an experienced Project Management Consultant and Agile Coach. He is a highly accomplished, strategic, and business savvy consultant with more than 25 years of experience in project management, risk management and process improvements. He is adept at initiating and maintaining large, complex projects on track while managing and mentoring teams of project managers and spearheading process improvements. NK has been extensively using risk management in his projects for more than 10 years to help him deliver these projects in a predictable manner. He has also aided clients in implementing similar risk management processes to achieve a higher degree of predictability in delivering projects successfully. NK is an experienced instructor/trainer on project management topics and specializes in project management fundamentals, risk management, earned value management and project recovery. Review NK’s profile on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/nkshrivastava.

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    Please let me know if there is an interest.

    Thanks

    NK Shrivastava

    nks@RefineM.com

    www.RefineM.com

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