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Business is inherently risky. Many of us thrive on risks associated with starting, running and growing a business; new staff, new customers and new products. These are the risks we seek. 

However, there are risks that we don't seek, risks imposed on us from the outside world, risks we need to plan for, and to positively avoid...but changes in the outside world also throw up opportunities. 

These risks and opportunities come in many different shapes and sizes. Fortunately, there are a number of battle-hardened tools and techniques - PESTLE, Porter and SWOT - which can be harnessed together in order to clarify thinking and then organise resilient responses. 

This webinar introduces you to the thinking, tools and techniques that will allow you to take a robust peek into the future in order to reduce the chance of catastrophe and increase the probability of successfully exploiting opportunities. 

How to register 

To register for this webinar, click the 'Book now' button below and complete the form. Upon completion of the form, you will receive an automated email from our webinar platform - ClickMeeting - with instructions. You will then receive further automated emails 24hrs and 30 minutes before the webinar. 

If you do not receive these emails, please contact training@iirsm.org

We strongly recommend you use Google Chrome to join the webinar. 



When
Tuesday, 28 May, 2019 - 12:30 - 13:30
Mark Woods

Systems thinker, improvement practitioner, coach and ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 specialist for Statius Management Services. Mark is passionate about what makes people and organisations tick with a view to delivering real, quantifiable and sustainable improvement using a variety of tools and techniques; systems thinking, understanding the strategy, (properly) understanding measures and metrics, understanding people, understanding how an organisation learns and improves and understanding how each of the above can be drawn into existing (and new) management processes and practices.