Business today, is characterized by change and presents challenges to anyone attempting to lead and manage a business. What was once a stable and predictable environment is today a global arena with new competitors, changing technology and shifting markets and fluctuating monetary conditions. All this has resulted in heightened and unprecedented emergence of Risks across the entire Business Spectrum. These Risks need to be Managed. This program demystifies the complexities of Enterprise Risk Management and provides you with practical skills through an experiential environment. This 2-Day program is a powerful user-friendly primer for those wishing to learn more about Enterprise Risk Management. Rather than focus on any specific industry - the course covers extremely effective Enterprise Risk Management principles, tools and techniques -- that are universally applicable and can be adapted to a whole array of business environments
Level 3: New Managers
Level 4: Managers
Level 5: Senior Managers & Directors
This course is a meaningful and effective Guide on Enterprise Risk Management for a whole array of Managers:-
The Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management
The Risk Spectrum
Salman Ali Hyder is a Globally accomplished Management Consultant with 25 years of experience in Strategy, Operational Excellence, Quality Management, Risk Management, Business Transformation, M&A Integration, Human Capital Management and Private Equity / Venture Capital Project Advisory.
Salman has provided expertise to global clients in Financial Services, FMCG, IT, Management Consulting, Manufacturing, Education, and Oil & Gas sectors in North & Central America, Europe, Middle East, South Asia and Asia Pacific. He has been associated with employers and clients including Citigroup, United Overseas Bank Group, ABN-AMRO, Standard Chartered, Oracle, Fajr Capital and a host of blue-chip brands worldwide.
Salman received an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business (2009) and a BS in Electrical Engineering and a BS in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1987).