Bow Tie Analysis Workshop

The Bow Tie principle to analyse and document risk has been traced back to the oil and gas industry as long ago as the 70’s. Since then, mining and pharmaceutical companies, amongst others have used the Bow Tie principle to explore and communicate risk. More recently, financial institutions have warmed to the idea, finally seeing the benefit of this simple, yet comprehensive method to understand and communicate risk.

This one day course covers the principles of Bow Tie analysis for understanding and documenting risk. Construction of the Bow Tie is covered in depth as well as its application in root cause analysis, incident management, risk assessment, stress testing and Key Risk Indicator (KRI) development. Participants will develop a number of Bow Ties during the course through app based simulations.

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Compliance Management and Compliance Risk Management Workshop

This course covers both Compliance Management and Compliance Risk Management. The focus is on the development of an efficient risk-based approach to compliance and what that means in practice from recording compliance obligations to setting up a risk-based approach to monitoring compliance. The course also covers the ISO 19600 standard and aligns the concepts with this standard.

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Strategic, Project and Change Risk Management Course

This course addresses all aspects of strategic, project and change risk covering Decision Risk, Execution Risk and Delivered Risk. Focus is on the practical management of each of these risks and how each process should be embedded in strategic and business planning, project management and ongoing business management.

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Risk Appetite Statements and Frameworks Course

The setting of an organisation’s Risk Appetite is a critical component of a robust risk management framework. This workshop is focused on improving knowledge and skills in relation to setting Risk Appetite and Tolerance for all of your organisation’s key risks and developing a comprehensive Risk Appetite Framework. 

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