The course provides an overview of principles, methods and practices for resilience and risk management. In coherence with the international standard 31.000/2009-2018, theoretical and practical risk management approaches are analysed during the course. In particular, the program describes tools for risk assessment (risk identification, risk measurement and risk evaluation) and risk mitigation, from a strategic, operational and financial perspective. In addition, the program covers the tools for implementing resilience and business continuity in processes and business operations.
At the end of the course, students should be able to: - address key strategic and operational risks into different functions and processes within a single organization and along a value chain, - measure the risk exposure and to select the appropriate tools for managing a risk portfolio, - understanding how to develop resilient processes and value chains. These competences are relevant for managers and researchers in the fields of management and economics. Business cases and case studies complete the program.