FULL DAY CONFERENCE AT DTU FOCUSING ON RISK!
Date November 2nd 2018
Theme Risk Powers Strategy
Location DTU Lyngby Campus, Building 101, Room S01
Fee: 200 DKK - first come, first served
Deadline for registration: October 19th 2018
Project Risk Forum
We bring people together that are interested in improving project risk management.
This edition of the project risk forum will explore how risk management enables successful strategy initiatives and implementation. We will be discussing strategy implementation and risks according to different innovation types and invite people from different organizations and levels. Doing strategy is risky – new technologies, new markets, and new internal capabilities are created. Effective project risk management allows strategy projects to manage these types of uncertainty, and helps leadership teams deliver. On the other hand, failure to manage strategy implementation risks causes significant financial losses – directly and as opportunity costs.
The conference is mainly arrranged and facilitated by DTU and NTNU. PMI Denmark recommends this conference and network to those of our members and contacts who have a special interest in risk and uncertainty.
09.00 Registration & light breakfast snacks
10.00 Welcome & introduction
10.10 Impulse talk - Carsten Toft Boesen, CEO at NIRAS
10.25 Impulse talk - Graeme Keith, former head of strategy & enterprise risk management at Mærsk Oil
10.40 1-on-1 share key insights
10.55 Coffee break
11.10 Knowledge café
13.00 Knowledge café: Report out
13.30 Impulse talk - Robert Bo Jensen, partner at PwC
13.45 Coffee break
14.00 Table workshop
15.00 Wrap-up: Actionable insights & engagement opportunities
16.00 End of day
MANAGING UNCERTAINTY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS
For organisations that deal with large scale engineering pro jects, uncertainty is the challenge that permeates projects, portfolio and strategy.
Project risk forum
Discover the value risk management can create and be part of an actionable discussion and insight session with other industry practitioners. We bring people together that are interested in improving project risk management. The focus of this edition is to explore the different needs stakeholders have in relation to risk management at different levels of the organisation and how they can be implemented in the project and risk management activities.
DTU Engineering Systems Division and IDA Risk in collaboration with PMI and Birgthline.