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A Core Risk Management Skill for Auditors and Facilitators: Effective Analysis

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A Core Risk Management Skill for Auditors and Facilitators: Effective Analysis

Time: May 22, 2018 from 1pm to 2:30pm
Location: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016
Street: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016
City/Town: Aurora
Phone: 18883008494
Event Type: online
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: Apr 25

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OVERVIEW

The approach to be presented for the core risk management skill of analysis is based on what is termed the logic diagram, which has three building blocks: findings, conclusions, and recommendations. Each of these three building-blocks will be defined, and then tests for their effective use will be presented.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND

Effective analysis is a core risk management skill for facilitators because the result of facilitation is to get agreement from the participants on what should be done, and getting agreement across disparate functions is usually tough to do. Similarly, it is a core risk management skill for both internal and external auditors because their analyses should lead to actionable recommendations related to risk management. Getting agreement and getting buy-in on recommendations is tough, and it has been shown that use of the tools presented in this course will increase effectiveness and efficiency because they enable greater understanding and acceptance of those who need to be convinced to agree and to do something.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The course objective is to present an approach to analysis, and the tools to support that approach, for effectiveness and efficiency. These tools are for thinking through the design, scope and conduct of an analytical project. This approach to analytics is not merely big-data number crunching and organizing, which can be used as a component of an analysis project but is not analysis leading to actionable recommendations as such.

WHO WILL BENEFIT

Facilitators and internal and external auditors will benefit from this course because they will have developed new tools that will make them more productive in undertaking projects dealing with risk management, internal control and compliance, and other projects dealing with complex outcomes.Also, their managers and related executives –C-level positions, board members, finance and operations and human resources managers and executives, as examples – will benefit because they will learn how analysis projects should be scoped, what skills are needed to do them, and what should be the outcomes from those who conduct such projects.

 

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