Risk Management

Risk Management

Hear from our risk experts about how to manage uncertainty whether as a threat or an opportunity.

Risk Management
  • Risks in performing arts projects

    In the realm of risk management in performing arts, Lynne Bradley's experience serves as a crucial case study. Faced with an unforeseen risk - a lead actor who was too intoxicated to perform just as the show was about to commence - Lynne had to manage the immediate threat to the production's succ...

  • What to expect in management of risk(R) 4.0 (MoR4)

    Ruth Murray-Webster gives a more detailed view about Management of Risk 4 and how it relates to PRINCE2 and MSP. An insight into some of the new updated aspects of MoR guidance. This video goes deeper than an introduction and is helpful for those who have their MoR, PRINCE2 or MSP certifications.

  • Intelligent risk conversations

    Ruth Murrary-Webster talks to us about how a risk conversation can be intelligent and not just a checkbox to be ticked off during a project or portfolio meeting. She talks about how an organisation she worked for implemented these intelligent risk conversations and the results.

  • Management of risk 4.0 (MoR4) introduction

    Ruth Murray-Webster joined us to talk about what the latest Management of Risk guidance is about and what are some key changes and updates. This is a brief introduction.

  • Challenges in managing risk

    As the author of the latest version of Management of Risk guidance (version 4) Ruth Murray-Webster gives us insight into the challenges faced by organisations in getting risk right. She talks about protecting value and balancing objectives. She discusses what makes risk management work: Scales, a...

  • Risk and issues on programs

    Here Rod talks about how to develop a culture that is open to risks and issues, correctly connects to corporate management strategy and gives some tips that are designed to help leaders within programs effectively manage risks and issues.

  • Building a game plan for disruption

    Building a game plan for disruption is the core of a new book Ruth Murray-Webster has co-authored, to provide information about what traits they would expect to see in those organisations wanting to disrupt or have a fear of being disrupted. These are straight forward and useful for any organisation

  • The complexity cliff

    Andy Murray, the Executive Director of the Major Projects Association, underscores the complexities inherent in handling major projects and offers insights on managing these complexities.

    Andy advocates for two primary approaches:

    Simplification: This involves stripping down a project to its es...