Risk Culture in Times of Great Uncertainty - Part 1

Risk Culture in Times of Great Uncertainty - Part 1
PRMIA South Africa presents a two-part virtual series on Risk Culture in Times of Great Uncertainty.
 
  Date:
March 11, 2021

  Time:
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. GMT/UK time

  Location:
Virtual Event

 Session Length:
60 minutes



The success of any process and system is reliant on the perceptions, actions and practices of employees, thus a “cultural mindset” should be pre-defined this includes outlining and inculcating the rules of engagement. Larger organisations tend to face challenges in discerning cultural changes perpetuated by the development of sub-cultures within various business divisions. A greater need to exhibit how risk culture can be effectively controlled and measured across more complex organisations is presented.

This requires a clear understanding of risk culture, its benefits, how maturity can be determined and demonstrated as well as possible causes of failure in this very critical aspect of risk management.



Speaker  
  
 
  Prof. Hermien Zaaiman

With a career spanning nearly four decades, Professor Zaaiman is responsible for the Masters Degree of Commerce in Applied Risk Management at the University of North-West in South Africa.

After completion of a MSc in Physics in 1979, Prof Zaaiman focused on engineering pursuits in her early career. As time went by she pursued interests in both Psychology and Social Sciences and now conducts research on Behavioural Risk Management and Risk Culture.  

 



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When
3/11/2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
 

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