Risk Courses

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Paid Course


The Operations and Supply Chain Management is part of the larger series of short courses on Operations Management. The first one was Product and Service Management, but this is a modular series, so that you can easily learn various aspect of Operations Management.

A Brief Guide to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Paid Course


A Brief Guide to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans is a course that all employees and especially business owners will benefit from. This course discusses these two plans and the contents of each document. This course will first talk about risks, threats, and incidents. From there we will take a look at risk assessment and business impact analysis. With those topics covered, we will have the foundation to discuss business continuity plans (BCP) and disaster recovery plans (DRP).

Managing Supply Chain Disruption During COVID-19

Free Course


In this course, you will learn about why and how supply chains become susceptible to a disruption. We will examine this by discussing supply side and demand side issues, primary supply chain flows, complexity, risk management and a combination of solid theoretical supply chain perspectives and current real-world stories. You will learn about the structural, relational and operational factors that come into play during a supply chain disruption and the mechanisms for the effective management of these factors. Your understanding will be enhanced through examples from manufacturing and health contexts, and the PPE supply chain disruption during COVID-19.

Managing Project Risks and Changes

Free Course


This course will help you manage project risk effectively by identifying, analyzing, and communicating inevitable changes to project scope and objectives. You will understand and practice the elements needed to measure and report on project scope, schedule, and cost performance. You will be equipped with the tools to manage change in the least disruptive way possible for your team and other project stakeholders.

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