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Key challenges when integrating risk management into planning, budgeting, investment decision making and performance and how our company overcame them.

A workshop by David R. Koenig, Darlene Halwas, Angela Hoon and Cristina Martinez
The DCRO Institute, Carbon Management Canada, Advance Auto Parts and SACYR

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About this workshop

The panel (Darlene Halwas, Cristina Martinez, Angela Hoon, moderated by David Koenig) will share personal stories and lessons learned when implementing risk management within organizations, including Board and management resistance, low process maturity, restrictive regulatory requirements and lack of resources dedicated to risk management implementation.

Participants will feel inspired by the stories and take away the valuable lessons for overcoming these and other challenges.

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David R. Koenig

David R. Koenig is the award-winning author of Governance Reimagined: Organizational Design, Risk, and Value Creation and The Board Member’s Guide to Risk.

Darlene Halwas

Darlene currently serves on the boards of Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services, Carbon Management Canada Inc., and Alberta WaterPortal Society. She has almost 30 years of work experience, with 15 years focused on leading risk management functions for companies.

Angela Hoon

Angela Hoon is an experienced transformational leader in Strategic Risk Management, with the ability to connect-the-dots at an enterprise level, by using a risk lens to help the business in analyzing critical complex cross functional challenges.

Cristina Martinez

Cristina Martinez is a Qualified Risk Director® with over 15 years of risk and insurance management experience in non-financial sector across the world. In 2021 Cristina was awarded Risk Resilience Initiative of the Year by FERMA.

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