How to better anticipate, appropriately assess, and adapt in time to emerging threats to your strategy's success and your organization's survival.
Hi, I'm Tom Coyne
I've served as the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Risk Officer and Director of public and private companies and not-for-profit organizations in the United States and Canada.
I also worked as a banker and management consultant in South America and Europe. For four years, I was a member of the Good Judgement Project team that won the United States Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity's forecasting tournament, as described in Professor Philip Tetlock's book, “Superforecasting”.
Hi, I’m Neil Britten
I am a UK Chartered Director, Non-Executive Chairman, Director, Board Evaluator and advisor to quoted and private companies.
Previously I have worked as a senior executive with and consultant to mostly major multinational corporations in the finance, manufacturing, oil, gas and chemical sectors throughout Europe and in the US and Australia.
Together with my partner Tom Coyne we will be your guide through the course. Tom and I are experts in the field of Strategic Risk.
- Module 1: Introduction to the course (46:01)
- Module 2: Complex Adaptive Systems (57:37)
- Module 2: Quiz
- Module 3: Strategic Surprise and Warning (45:53)
- Module 3: Quiz
- Module 4: Patterns that lead to failure - Exogenous factors (39:46)
- Module 4: Quiz
- Module 5: Patterns that lead to failure - Endogenous factors (38:46)
- Module 5: Quiz
- Module 6: Anticipation failures and how to avoid them (48:11)
- Module 6: Quiz
- Module 7: Assessment failures and how to avoid them (46:56)
- Module 7: Quiz
- Module 8: Adaptation failures and how to avoid them (49:49)
- Module 8: Quiz
- Module 9: Strategic Risk Management (46:32)
- Module 9: Quiz
- Module 10: Strategic Risk Governance (57:03)
- Module 10: Quiz
- Module 11: the potential impact of AI technologies (53:57)
- Module 11: Quiz
- Module 12: Course summary (22:13)
- Course final exam
- Epilogue: COVID-19 (65:09)