The Course is intended to transform the participants to have the ability to make Risk Informed Decisions and Integrate Risk Management into Strategic and Operational Planning Processes. It encompasses Integrated Risk Management Processes and Methodologies, practical examples of how to Integrate Risk Management into Decision Making, Strategic Planning, Governance and an Organisation’s Culture
Those that don’t develop Strategic Risk Management Capabilities to drive Innovation and Creativity find themselves in a Strategic Inflection Point Position. “A Strategic Inflection Point is a time period where when an Organisation must respond to Disruptive Change in the Business Environment Effectively or they face Disruption, that they never anticipated or they willyfully ignored” Strategic Risk Management helps Organisations See Big Changes Ahead of Time. How Businesses Can See Big Changes Coming Ahead of Time | Fortune.COM
To prevent a Strategic Inflection Point, Risk Management should be seen as Strategic, an Integral Variable of Decision Making, Strategic Thinking and Strategic Planning that Brings The Future Into The Present So We can Prepare For It Today. Strategic Risk Management improves Decision Making and embraces uncertainty, uncertainty brings about change and progress to Humanity and it keeps us on our toes, it brings our innovetiveness and creativity into the fore.
Typically Human Beings innovate and create knew ways of doing things because they want to solve current problems that are bugging them or are reacting to opportunities that have already materialised. On the other hand there are Strategic Thinkers who anticipate the future, innovate and create solutions to take advantage of the anticipated future.
In 1931, Lincoln Steffens wrote: “Nothing is done. Everything in the world remains to be done or done over. The greatest painting has yet to be painted, the most moving play yet to be written, the most beautiful poem yet to be recited. Nowhere in the does exists the perfect railway, or a good government or a sensible law….. And if the arrogant naive youths at our university could understand this, then maybe they would not all become specialists in football, drinking sprees and undeserved grades/university degrees. They should not be taught what is already known; they should not be encouraged to learn things that are already known – they are worthless”