Risk Management by Systems Thinking
August 16 - August 17
Systems Science provides you with the best tools to manage your risks and enhance sustainability. Regulators and governments demand more compliance to an ever growing number of rules and laws are deemed necessary to protect life and the environment.
Fact is that regulations, rules or compliance enforcement impair an organization’ functioning. The success and sustainability of a business or other organizations are not only determined by financial or economic performance, but also by a good reputation which can only be earned by acting socially, environmentally and humanly responsible. Rules and regulations become guidelines.
This workshop introduces Systems Science as a way of being comprehensive while managing complexity.
When we learn to see business and life as networks within natural systems and understand interrelation and interdependence with these natural systems, risks are minimized. Sustainability is not feasible without systems thinking. The start of sustainability is understanding what your impact on reality is. You will be taught how to condense Integrated Reporting into a manageable form.
Who Should Attend
- Members of any organization interested in risk management and maximum functionality
- Compliance officers
- Risk Managers
- Government regulators and politicians
- Health, Safety and Environment managers
- Representatives of NGO’s concerned with sustainability issues
- Share-and Stakeholders
- Individuals interested in sustainability and personal excellence
- Professionals and students interested in sustainable economics
- Business Ethics and CSR professionals
Key Learning Objectives
Master operational best practices in value awareness and learn how to balance the forces in your system of enterprise. When one thinks in systems and relationships, one can easily understand and determine risks to the organization, the environment and oneself.
The workshop will empower attendees to recognise and address both the intended and the unintended consequences of their actions, thus reducing complexity and risk.