Program design Risk Management & Behavior Master Class
The Risk Management & Behavior Master Class is highly interactive, with ample space to focus on your own specific learning objectives. In any case, it looks at the ways in which risk management can and cannot contribute towards organizational goals. This includes the limitations of risk management, and the potential drawbacks associated with these. In addition, we give attention to risk appetite and risk perception, at both the organizational and individual levels. The role of human drivers in risk management is also a key part of the program.
On day 1, we cover topics like traditional risk management systems and types of risks. For this, we use the assignment you prepared in advance, as well as group assignments.
The second day focuses on risk culture. We examine control measures and their effectiveness. We also cover risk appetite and the negative aspects of risk management.
Day 3 examines risk perception and human drivers. You learn about their influence on risk management and how you can influence them.