6th July, 2018 @ 8:00 AM

#60MOC July – Winnie the Pooh and Risk Framework for Sad Donkeys – 6th July 2018 – Adelaide

Date(s) - 06/07/2018
8:00 am - 9:00 am

We’ve all heard it before …

If you don’t invest in risk management, it doesn’t matter what business you’re in, it’s a risky business.

– Gary Cohn

Risk will always be a major cause of uncertainty in any organisation.  This is why it is so important for companies to focus on identifying those risks and effectively managing them before they even affect the business.  If your company defines objectives without taking the risks into consideration, chances are that you will lose direction once any of these hit home.  And that’s no good for anyone!


Join us at 60MOC this month to increase your understanding of Risk Management and your ability to manage risk, thus helping you and your team to act more confidently on future business decisions.


Our guest speaker John Woodward, will explain how to deal with project unknown unknowns; how to differentiate project risks and the risk of the project; and how to choose the right risk response.


We’re looking forward to seeing you at 60MOC July – Adelaide’s longest running business improvement series.  Come along and spend an hour with us, drinking good coffee and learning a bit more about how to improve your business and performance … John won’t let you leave without some great tips!


You don’t need to be a sad donkey!



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John Woodward

John Woodward is a highly sought-after ICT and Programme Specialist with sector knowledge across public health, insurance and the utilities sector.

With 20+ years of experience, John’s expertise reaches into project governance, risk and he is known for creating tangible business value through the delivery of great projects.

John is a well-regarded strategic adviser to MCBI and contributes to the strategic direction and success of the firm whilst also maintaining Board roles with The Hospital Research Foundation and Statewide Superannuation.