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Ask The Expert - Bringing A Risk Perspective To Contract Management

Published: 07 Mar 2014 Average Rating: 2.8 / 5 Print
 

Author: Dr David Hillson, The Risk Doctor

Few would disagree that contracts are tools for managing risk, yet how effective are they?

In many organizations, fundamental questions about risk may not be asked, or the answers are not well communicated. For example 'How much risk is too much?' is a critical decision that should inform contract management policy and practice.

In this webinar, risk expert Dr. David Hillson will share his knowledge as we discuss items that include:

Avoiding narrow perspectives of risk as 'future uncertain events'
Establishing balance between risk probability and risk consequence
Tackling frequent risk factors such as scope uncertainty and weak change management
Understanding and assessing risk culture and appetite

Our Expert

David Hillson

Known globally as The Risk Doctor, Dr David Hillson is an international risk consultant offering expert risk support across the globe, at both strategic and tactical levels. He has worked in over 40 countries and his consultancy clients include major organisations in construction, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, transport, fast-moving consumer goods, energy, IT, defence and government. David also leads the team at Risk Doctor & Partners, based on his worldwide network with like- minded professional risk experts.

David is recognised internationally as a leading thinker and practitioner in risk management, he has made a number of innovative contributions to the risk process which have been widely adopted. David is well-known for promoting inclusion of proactive opportunity management in the risk process. His recent work has focused on using emotional literacy to manage risk attitudes and he has also developed a scaleable project risk methodology.

 

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