photo courtesy of www.worldriskday.com

photo courtesy of www.worldriskday.com

World Risk Day 2013 is an event when and where industry thought leaders and peers can gather together virtually to discuss the major trends, challenges and best practices in risk mitigation and risk management.

This year that event will take place on May 14, 2013.

The theme of this second annual event has been given the theme “Shattering the Project Myth”, and again will introduce a virtual summit participation opportunity based on webinars, interviews and live Q&A sessions with “best-in-class” project managers and threat management practitioners from around the world.

World Risk Day is open to everyone who wants to learn how risk management is as important to the success of a project as is delivering that project completion on-time and on-budget.

Speakers at World Risk Day 2013

Some of the speakers include:

Lieutenant Barry McNally, Lieutenant Commander Steve Lee, The Royal Navy – “Making the business case for risk management”
Norman Anderson, President & CEO, CG/LA Infrastructure – “What lessons can be learned from the world’s Top 100 infrastructure projects?”
Christoph Schwager, Chief Risk Officer, EADS – “Developing a holistic approach to risk management”
Rob Halstead, Head of Risk Management, Crossrail — “Strategies for successful collaborative risk management with contractors and the supply chain”
Chris Bell, Chief Marketing Officer, Active Risk – “Shattering the project myth – managing cost and schedule alone doesn’t equal project success”
Michael Lopez, Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton – “What makes a great risk manager and how can risk and project professionals collaborate more effectively?”
David Hillson, The Risk Doctor – “New concepts in understanding and managing risk in projects”

If you are involved in project or risk management within your organization, join the debate and share your ideas.

For more information on the event, click here.

Download your own copy of the “Make the Most of World Risk Day” packet of information.

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