Belgium and Luxembourg
Ultimately providing a forum for members from a diverse range of organisations, risk disciplines and sectors to network, exchange views and share best practice with peers locally. Specifically the scope will host events and enable cross-industry pollination.
The group is run by senior risk professionals coming from various industries like life sciences, financial services, risk advisory and construction.
Organisational resilience: lessons learned and best practices
Organisational resilience is “the ability of an organisation to anticipate, prepare for, and respond and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions in order to survive and prosper”. These can range from natural disasters like flooding or heavy snow, to deliberate acts like terror attacks.
This second event will be the opportunity to get insights from our guest speakers on (1) the “normal chaos” paradigm, with critical factors that will help you to prevent or mitigate your next crisis situation successfully, (2) lessons learned from how organisational resilience has been tested following Brussels terror attacks on March 22nd 2016, and (3) on how organisations can enhance their resilience by instilling a growth mindset.
Thursday 21 November
|Time:||18.00 - 22.00|
|Location:||Solvay Brussels School, Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, 42
1050 Brussels, Belgium
The full agenda and speakers profiles will be announced soon
Risk Management in Complex Environments
Over the last 10 years, from banking to construction sectors, companies have significantly changed the way they deal with complex projects and subsequent risks. This first event will be the opportunity to get some insights from our guest speakers on how risk management is actually deployed in complex yet different environments, and what are the challenges ahead.
Since it is our first event in the BeLux region, it will also be the opportunity to introduce you to the Institute of Risk Management and to the mission of our regional group.
Tuesday 25 June
|Time:||18.00 - 20.00|
|Location:||BDO Brussels Airport - The Corporate Village, Da Vincilaan 9 - Box E.6, 1930 Zaventem|
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David Lannoy, SIRM
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