Learn the frameworks for identifying, assessing, understanding, acting on, and communicating risk issues in order to create a risk-smart work environment.
Strategic Risk Management identifies recent innovations in risk management approaches, and focuses on using risk management processes and tools for success. Participants will learn how to use risk management to improve decision-making, increase capacity and enhance performance. Participants will learn to identify risk in your organization, incorporate the assessment of these risks into your strategic planning, and translate your organizational values and objectives into daily actions focused on success and future planning.
Managers and leaders from both the public and private sector who want to improve their organizational efficiencies and success by taking a more strategic approach to risk management.
Enhance your ability to strategically manage risk through professional development in:
Continuing Education Contact Hours: 7
Tom Cooper is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, Memorial University. Prior to taking his position at Memorial University, Tom was a Senior Manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting practice in London, United Kingdom for 7 years.
As a consultant, Tom works primarily with boards and senior management in the area of strategy, performance improvement and risk management. He is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) and has worked with clients in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada and throughout the world. As a researcher and lecturer, he studies and writes on strategic issues, risk management, and conducting business in remote areas. As a lecturer, he has won many awards for his teaching. As a researcher, he has published over 30 academic papers on management issues; presenting at local, national and international conferences on his research.
Tom graduated from Memorial University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Co-Op) and a Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy). He holds a Ph.D. in Business from the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, United Kingdom.