Risk Management and Data Seminar

In this Public Seminar Series, we will be looking at how three world class companies and organisations are dealing with the risk they are facing (at first sight all very different), given the data and technologies they have available.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 16:00 to 18:45

What should we do with all this data?
Risk Management in a global, complex world

 

In this Public Seminar Series, we will be looking at how three world class companies and organisations are dealing with the risk they are facing (at first sight all very different), given the data and technologies they have available. After a short introduction into the topic by each of the speaker, we will discuss in a roundtable format about the best way forward for firms and society. 

 

Taking calculated risks is the lifeblood of firms, the very reason why they make profits. But while the discussion of risk is as old as firms (and probably older), the qualification of risk has so far been limited to the financial sector. 

 

The availability of large amounts of digital data (‘Big Data’) across a wide spectrum of economic and organisational activities should in theory help firms to predict risk much better, and so help to considerably increase efficiency. In practice though, things are much more difficult, and organisations across all sectors seem to grapple with similar issues, which will be the focus of our debate.


Speakers:

  • Alexander Scholz is Head of Project Management & Sourcing, BMW Group
  • Peter Langmead-Jones is currently the Head of External Relations and Performance, with Greater Manchester Police, UK.
  • Lars Henneberg is Head of Risk Management at Maersk, where he is responsible for insurance, enterprice risk management and business continuity management.
     

Please register your attendance by sending an e-mail to: ccg@cbs.dk before October 9, 2018.

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