As the centerpiece of World Risk Day, the Virtual Summit on May 14, 2013 brings together the world’s leading experts on risk and project management from some of the world’s largest and most complex mega-projects, to share their insights through webinars and Q&A sessions. Attend and earn Category B PDUs.
Registrants will also be sent links to view their selected webinars after World Risk Day – so register for all the sessions that interest you, even if you cannot attend a particular time slot on the day.
World Risk Day 2013 webinars include:
•Using Risk Modeling, Analysis, and Assessment to Inform Homeland Security Policy and Strategy – Assistant Secretary Alan D. Cohn, US Department of Homeland Security
•High Risk Projects – A Global Perspective – Drew Slaton, Project Manager, Bechtel
•Major Project Risk Management: Aligning Contractor, Owner, and Oversight Agencies – Daniel D’Angelo, Deputy Chief Engineer, New York State Department of Transportation
•New concepts in understanding and managing risk in projects – David Hillson, The Risk Doctor
•Developing an holistic approach to risk management – Christoph Schwager, Chief Risk Officer, EADS
•Strategies for successful collaborative risk management with contractors and the supply chain – Rob Halstead, Head of Risk Management, Crossrail
•Shattering the project myth – managing cost and schedule alone doesn’t = project success – Chris Bell, Chief Marketing Officer, Active Risk
•What lessons can be learned from the world’s Top 100 infrastructure projects – how can knowledge be shared? – Norman Anderson, President & CEO, CG/LA Infrastructure
•What makes a great risk manager and how innovation projects influence risk management success – Michael Lopez, Senior Associate, Strategic Innovation Group, Booz Allen Hamilton
•ISO 31000: A Risk Management Standard for Decision Makers – Alex Dali, President, Global Institute for Risk Management Standards