The current economic climate highlights the importance of sustainability in supply chains to ensure business continuity and resilience; at the same time, there is an increase in sustainability-related legislative developments and a growing demand by customers for more sustainable goods and services. Companies, therefore, look to re-evaluate their approach, policies, processes, and strategies on sustainability.
The Harvard case study that has been chosen for this year’s session’s debate, development, and presentation to the Board of Directors, focuses precisely on the importance of analyzing the aspects of sustainability in the company’s supply chain (analyzed in terms of ERM).
This advanced Rimap workshop is a virtual learning and interactive event. It will sharpen your strategic risk management skills and knowledge. It will boost your risk and insurance communication expertise to make your conversation with the top management relevant and impactful.
Who can participate?
This advanced workshop is open to Rimap alumni and all risk professionals with a minimum of 3 years of professional. It will be limited to 20 participants to promote the interchange of experience among multisectoral and multicultural professionals.
- Short and intensive, practical, and interactive:
- Part 0: self-reading books 5 and 6.
- Part 1: Workshop presentation – 5 May from 11:00 to 13:00.
- Part 2: Group work, from 6 May – 1 June. Different aims per working week.
- Part 3: Group presentation and Closing session, 5 June (each presentation of 30 minutes) from 10:00 to 14:30.
- Part 4: Optional presentation at FERMA Seminar 2023, 16-17 October.
- Language: English.
- Mentors/Steering Committee:
- Isabel Martínez Torre-Enciso, PhD., Non Executive Director and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Vice Dean.
- Maurizio Castelli, CEO at Augustas Risk Services.
- Simon Grima, PhD., University of Malta, Head of Insurance Department.
- Annemarie Schouw, Manager Risk & Insurance Tata Steel Europe at Tata Steel.
- Identifying the risk in the value chain, in terms of ERM strategies.
- Determine strategies to address these risks.
- Ensure business continuity in value supply chain.
- Re-balancing sustainability in the value chain.
- Review risk management practices at operational, tactical and strategic level in the organisation to enhance its long-term resilience.
- Communicate ways to improve the ERM program and/or avoid/limit future sustainability and supply chain risks and be prepared for unpredicted or under-estimated events.
- Formulate and communicate these strategies to a board.
- To take candidates to a higher level of Strategic Risk management.
- To take candidates to a “Mature ERM (Enterprise-wide Risk Management)”
- To familiarize yourself with a mature and dynamic FERMA standard in risk management.
- To acquire knowledge on strategy, governance, sustainability and supply chain.
- To analyze the new position for risk managers as a support in decision making.
- To acquire skills and abilities at a specific advanced level that allow you to become necessary and highly valued collaborators in the decision-making processes of top management and boards of directors.
- Learning to relate and report to the board.
- Gain the advanced Rimap certification level and diploma (for Rimap certified) and a certificate of attendance (not Rimap certified).
- Work in-depth on a sustainability and supply chain Harvard case study.
- Working in a multicultural and multisectoral team of peers.
- Continuous feedback and coaching by the lecturers/mentors.
- 10 CPD points.
- Registrations close on 1 May at 12pm.
- Audience is limited to a maximum of 20 seats, allocated on a first-come, first served, although a waiting list is possible.
How to register?
The advanced workshop is subject to a fee of 300€ for members of FERMA National Association and 450€ for other risk professionals.
*Please, note that you will receive an email from LHWC to finalize the registration process.