SDP4 - Risk and Crisis Management

Level  Advanced. 
Course Description Effective management of risks involves identifying issues and anticipating their impact, maintaining dialogue with key public players and addressing stakeholders’ concerns before the organisation loses social trust and its reputation is damaged.

While some issues can be managed effectively before they escalate out of control, the nature of modern organisations still leaves them exposed to critical situations and crises. Crises are ill-structured situations that pose a special challenge to organisations.

This module covers the fundamentals of risk identification, issues management and crisis preparedness and leadership, from the theoretical and practical perspectives, shaped specifically for organisations operating in Asia Pacific.
Course Objectives
  1. Develop strategies to anticipate and prevent crises from occurring.
  2. Deal effectively with crises as and when they do occur.
  3. Implement contingency plans to cope.
  4. Institute recovery measures to re-build image, reputation and regain the confidence of key stakeholders.
Course Outline
  1. Crisis Management.
    • Anticipating and preventing crises.
    • Dealing effectively with crises when they happen (disaster management).
    • Implementing contingency and business continuity plans.
    • Instituting recovery measures to re-build trust, reputation and to survive.
  2. Risk Management.
    • Risk ratio.
    • Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria country risk.
    • Case studies.
Target Audience
Aspiring, newly-appointed and current board members, senior management of corporations, government and nonprofit organisations and senior partners of professional firms who interact with the boards of corporations and would like to understand the intricacies of board roles and responsibilities.
Course Duration 2 days.
Format Classroom lectures, case studies, discussions, exchanges.
Course Fees
(including 7% GST)
SID member: $2,140      Non-member: $2,568
CPD Hours 16 hours.

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