MBA Risk Management Course

MBA Risk Management Course

Feb 11th, 2016

Date(s) - 11/02/2016 - 13/02/2016
All Day

SAA, Università di Torino


A three days intensive course on Risk Management for MBA candidates of the SAA of the University of Turin.

Course thread:

  • risk definitions and simple conceptual implementations
  • decisions and biases
  • system analysis
  • codes, public and risk communication
  • risk analysis
  • risk applications

Course Objectives; Teaching and participants (win-win) Success Criteria:

At the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  1.  Understand the difference between risk, hazard, likelihood and rationally approach consequences analysis.
  2. Decompose and systematically analyse a system in such a way to reduce biases, grasp uncertainties.
  3. Understand the difference between threat-from threat-to and their impacts on system’s elements.
  4. Understand how to position a risk framework.
  5. Be familiar with the phases and the approach necessary to develop a complex multi hazard business risk assessment
  6. Know what is feasible, what are the benefits of risk analysis

Category: Analisi decisionale, Gestione delle Crisi, Risk Analysis, Risk Management

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