Even with sophisticated models of risk exposure in place, companies are becoming more vulnerable to sudden geopolitical crises, natural disasters, and competitive threats Any of these events can cost your organization money or cause your organization to permanently close. With a risk management plan, you can prepare for the unexpected, minimizing risks and extra costs before they happen. By considering potential risks or events before they happen and having a risk management plan in place, you can save money and protect your organization’s future.
Risk management is the process of identifying possible risks, problems or disasters before they happen. This allows business owners to set up procedures to avoid the risk, minimize its impact, or at the very least help cope with its impact. Corporate risk management refers to all the methods that a company uses to minimize financial losses. Risk managers, executives, line managers and middle managers, as well as all employees, perform practices to prevent loss exposure through internal controls of people and technologies.
- 2-6 March 2020, Southern Sun Hotel, Newlands, Capetown, RSA
- 6-10 April 2020, Manhattan Hotel, Pretoria, RSA