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Risk Management

Date:   Nov 28, 2020 - Nov 29, 2020
Time:   9:00 AM (EST)
Location:   Virtual Zoom Platform

As a response to the COVID -19, we have moved all our in-class modules and workshops to virtually accessible platforms. We are fully cognizant of the difficult decisions you are making everyday as supply chain professionals driving the Canadian economy during this extraordinary time. We applaud your commitment to continued education and would like to support you with our special pricing options noted below.

This workshop will take place on the Zoom webinar platform, please download Zoom here https://zoom.us/download

Regular Registration

  • Member: $795.00 + HST
    • Available to all approved Canadian residents and international students
  • Non Member: $1095.00 + HST
    • Non member registration includes membership until April 30, 2021 (available to ON and BC residents only)
    • Membership will be activated after this course is completed
    • Those outside of ON and BC must register as a member with their institute prior to registering for the course
Workshop Overview
 
Risk management has become an increasingly important corporate strategic initiative, and supply chain management (SCM) often plays a lead role in identifying potential risk and planning risk mitigation including avoidance, transference, and resilience.  In some cases risk is even accepted as a normal course of business.  Risk management requires the integration of people, technology, information and resources both internal and external to the organization.
 
This workshop focuses on the issues in risk identification, mitigation and management, using appropriate tools to determine a course of action for the company.  Various tools will be discussed and candidates will have an opportunity to use these tools in their own companies.
 

Workshop Goals

Upon completion of this workshop candidtes should be able to:

  • Critique your organization's preparedness for risk management
  • Select appropriate applications for identifying, quanitfying and mitigating risk
  • Diferentiate between the four strategies of dealing with risk, including acceptance, avoidance, mitigation and transference and know when to apply each
  • Develop risk management preparedness strategies
  • Describe critical steps and roles in the risk management process

Instructor: Dan Georgescu

Dan Georgescu is a business consultant specializing in supplier development. Dan helps companies achieve efficiency goals and extract additional value from their supply chains.

Dan works as a supplier technical assistance resident in Global Purchasing for Ford Motor Company.

His expertise is in supplier development, suppliers’ strategic alignment, supplier performance measurement, strategic sourcing, supply base segmentation and optimization, quality operating system, production efficiency improvements, total quality, lean six sigma, and statistical process control.

He is a faculty member in the BBA and MBA programs at the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University and in the MBA Program at the Schulich School of Business at York University. As an adjunct professor, Dan teaches Operations Management (OM), Procurement, and SCM.

As an Operations and Supply Chain Management subject matter expert Dan creates, develops, teaches and delivers professional development and academic courses like Strategic Supplier Development, Supply Chain Strategy, Strategic Sourcing, Negotiations, Leadership, Communications, Ethics, Cultural Sensitivity, Business Planning, SCM, OM, Knowledge Management, SCM for the Public Sector, SC for Project Management, and International Business. Dan is a member of the National Accreditation Review Panel Member at the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council, and he is a developer for the Supply Chain Canada Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management program.

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Interactive Workshop Cancellation/Refund Policy:

 A full refund will be issued on cancellations received in writing at least 10 business days prior to the workshop start  date. An administration fee of $150.00 is applicable if notification is received between three and nine days prior to start date. Thereafter no refund will be available. Substitutions and transfer of registrations is permissible when received in writing three business days before the workshop start date.  Credits to be used for future offerings are valid for 12 months from the date of initial payment and will expire if not used in that time frame.  

Interactive Workshop Cancellation/Rescheduling:

 In the event of a workshop being cancelled or rescheduled, prior notification will be given to registrants by phone or e-mail, with the option of a full refund of registration fees or transfer of registration to another Supply Chain Canada offering.

Registrations must be received no later than 3 days prior to the start date to allow time for processing confirmation.

Attendees will  receive a confirmation email with the specific workshop details, such as room number shortly after registering for the event.

 




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