May 30th in Auckland. Good risk allocation and management can reduce costs, increase efficiencies and improve quality. This workshop will be a great opportunity to provide ideas on why risk allocation and management is so critical.
When: 10am to 4pm, Wednesday May 30
Refreshments and lunch will be provided
Where: Karstens Conference Rooms, Level 4, Tower 1, 205 Queen Street, Auckland
Registration: Registrations are essential as numbers are limited, and we don’t have many places left. Please RSVP by Thursday 24 May to firstname.lastname@example.org
Good risk allocation and management can reduce costs, increase efficiencies and improve quality. Our industry needs a better understanding of why our risk allocation and management approaches are causing so much pain across the system. Using a systems thinking approach, workshop participants will test and build on prior thinking on risk management. The workshop will be a valuable opportunity to contribute ideas on why risk allocation and management is causing some much pain for all players in the system. Critical to the success of this workshop is ensuring that we hear the voices of all those involved in building and construction including regulators, asset owners, builders, consultants, clients, design teams, policy makers, financiers, and insurers.