New thinking about the relevance and value of risk in decision-making, resilience of nations and complex project management are essential given recent events.
Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI) in developing Strategic Risk Policy™ (SRP) has introduced a more contemporary definition of risk and moved to where informed decision-making is most urgently required – occupying an earlier time, currently void space and a new manner – before risks are identified and risk management processes commence. SRP is based on potentiality of risks – at the stage of vulnerability being identified. Protection against vulnerabilities is a strategic exercise by leaders to improve resilience, performance and governance – thereby also reducing the quantity and severity of risks and wicked problems to manage – often too late.
This webinar by ARPI President Tony Charge will teach lessons in Strategic Risk Policy™:
SRP is based on potentiality of risks – at the stage of vulnerability being identified
Protect against vulnerabilities to improve resilience, performance and governance
Reduce the quantity and severity of risks and wicked problems to manage
Strategic Risk Policy™ is a trademark of the Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
ARPI President Tony Charge
Tony Charge is President of ARPI and Convenor of the Global Risk Policy Network (GRPN). Tony and colleagues saw the need to reimagine the concept and application of risk to better connect it with leaders and operate at an earlier point in time – at the Exposure or Vulnerability stage – that is, potential risk.
Tony is an experienced CEO across private, public and community sectors, a former Associate Professor in Leadership and Risk and is working in a new field of Applied Qualitative Analytics, under the banner of Intelligence Augmentation (IA) – the other side of the coin to Artificial Intelligence (AI).
ICCPM Members: $34.97 incl. GST
Non-ICCPM Members: $49.95 incl. GST
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