We all know that the world is changing and that risk management is changing, too. It is a paradox to see that the growth of risk management is often stimulated by big claims,
which may appear to be its failure. The evolution of risk management and the risk profession (‘from counting risk to making risk count’) in this changing and challenging world is the basis of research by Professor Anette Mikes of Harvard Business School.
Professor Mikes will be one of the many speakers at the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Forum ‘Leading the Risk Profession’ in Manchester from 23 – 25 April 2012. She will talk about managing the multiple dimensions of risk.
The different streams of the seminar are: enterprise risk management, public sector and not-for profit, practical risk solutions, business resilience, future risk, governance, risk and compliance, financial services and new thinking.
More information on this interesting IRM conference can be found on: /broken-link/