QuEST Forum Academy Webinar – Risk Series: This 3-part webinar series introduced and provided a comprehensive understanding of Risk Management, Risk Assessment and Risk Based Thinking! QuEST Forum Academy presented, Dr. Bob Pojasek, Harvard Professor and risk management Partner at TRIO Global Consulting, LLC.
Risk Series – One price for all 3 webinars. Members $99.00, Non-Members $219.00:
1) Introduction to Risk and Risk Management, 3 June 2015 – 10:00 am – 11:30 am CT
– While most people understand risk as ‘events’ that create threats, this represents only the down-side of risk. Come hear about the upside of risk and learn how to identify opportunities and threats in operations and external operating environments. Armed with this baseline information you will be better prepared for the 3rd webinar in this series – scheduled for 25 June.
2) Introduction to Risk Assessment, 4 June 2015 – 10:00 am – 11:30 am CT
– The process of risk assessment is best learned by rolling up one’s sleeves and doing it. Attendees of this webinar will walk through a typical risk assessment that would be conducted in the ISO 9001 standard. Now with the fundamentals and tools from webinar 1 and 2, the stage is set for the 3rd webinar – scheduled for 25 June.
3) Risk Based Thinking, 25 June 2015 – 10:00 am – 11:30 am CT
– Perhaps the most important element of risk based thinking is to develop a risk aware culture within the quality culture. Attendees of this webinar will learn how the quality management principles and the risk management principles can work together to reinforce the quality culture in any organization.
|About Our Speaker, Dr. Bob Pojasek:
A Professor at Harvard and risk management Partner at TRIO Global Consulting, LLC., Dr. Bob Pojasek is an expert in the development of risk management programs that provide effective processes, efficient operations and efficacious strategy to help organization meet their business objectives.He specializes in helping companies make the transition to the new and revised international management system standards with their “risk-based thinking.”