Accredited Management of Risk® Foundation

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  • Management of Risk® Foundation
    • Overview
    • The MoR® Foundation Exam
    • MoR® Terms and Definitions
    • MoR® Terms and Definitions Part 2
    • MoR® Terms and Definitions Part 3
    • MoR® Terms and Definitions Part 4
    • What is Management of Risk®
    • Benefits of MoR®
    • Barriers to Success
    • Overcoming Barriers to Success
    • Corporate Governance
    • Corporate Governance Part 2
    • What are MoR® Principles
    • MoR® Principle: Aligns with Objectives
    • MoR® Principle: Fits the Context
    • MoR® Principle: Engages Stakeholder
    • MoR® Principle: Provides Clear Guidance
    • MoR® Principle: Informs Decision Making
    • MoR® Principle: Facilitates Continual Improvement
    • MoR® Principle: Creates a Supportive Culture
    • MoR® Principle: Achieves Measurable Value
    • Reporting on MoR® Principles
    • Supporting factors to MoR® Principles
    • MoR® Successive Principles
    • The MoR® Approach and MoR® Products
    • The Risk Management Policy
    • The Risk Management Process Guide
    • Risk Management Strategies mor
    • The Risk Register
    • The Issue Log
  • MoR Processes
    • The Management of Risk® Process
    • Benefits, Success Factors for the MoR® Process
    • Barriers to the MoR® Process, Communication
    • MoR® Process Definitions
    • Defining a Process Activity
    • Communication in the MoR® Process
    • MoR® Process Activity: Identify
    • Identify Activity: Context
    • Context Techniques: SWOT
    • Context Techniques: PESTLE Analysis
    • Context Techniques: RACI
    • Context Techniques: Stakeholder Mapping
    • Context Techniques: Horizon Scanning
    • MoR® Process Activity: Identify the Risks
    • Risk Identification Technique: Checklists, Prompts
    • Risk Identification Technique: Ishikawa, Analyses
    • Risk Identification Technique: Group Techniques
    • Outputs from Identify the Risk Activity
    • MoR® Process Activity: Assess
    • MoR® Prcess Activity: Estimate Assessments
    • MoR® Process Activity: Evaluate
    • MoR® Process: Plan
    • Risk Responses: Threat Responses
    • Risk Responses: Opportunity Responses
    • MoR® Process: Implement
    • Implement Techniques
    • Planning Roles and Techniques
  • Embed and Review
    • Goals and Success Factors of Embed and Review
    • The Health Check Process
    • The Maturity Model
    • Building Awareness of MoR®
  • MoR Perspectives
    • Introduction to Management of Risk® Perspectives
    • The Strategic Perspective
    • The Programme Perspective
    • The Project Perspective
    • The Operational Perspective
    • Risk Responsibilities
  • Common Terms and Techniques
    • Common Terms and Risk Responses
    • Techniques: PESTLE, SWOT, Horizon Scanning
    • Stakeholder Analysis, Influence and RACI Matrix
    • Probability Impact Grid, Summary Risk Profile
  • Risk Specialisms
    • MoR® Risk Specialisms
  • Sample Exam
    • MoR® Foundation Sample Paper
    • MoR® Foundation Sample Paper Part 2
    • MoR® Foundation Sample Paper Part 3
    • Book Your Exam


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

Based on AXELOS M_o_R® material. Material is reproduced under license from AXELOS. All rights reserved. M_o_R® is a registered trademark of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. All rights reserved. Management of Risk (M_o_R)® is a route map for risk management. It can help organizations identify, assess and control risks and put in place effective frameworks for making informed decisions. *Access to this content requires an exam voucher*

[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Jo Peacock here with ITProTV, and welcoming you to our Management of Risk Foundation series. In this series we are going to be setting the foundation for the management of risk foundation exam and also for the management of risk practitioner series. This particular series, along with practitioner, is based on the Axelos management of risk guidance. And of course the examinations, as always with Axelos, the examinations are administered by PeopleCert, that's So this series will guide you through the basics of management of risk. So we will be looking at perspectives, we will be looking at definitions, we'll be looking at what a risk is, whether it's positive or whether it's negative. What is the difference between a threat and an opportunity? And how can we mitigate against threats and how can we exploit opportunities? We're going to be looking at risk analysis, we're looking at prioritizing risk, and overall will be looking at embedding risk management into your organization. Now as I said, this is our foundation series, and our foundation series is very much looking at the theory of risk management. And as we move into the practitioner theories, we will be also, the practitioner series we will be building on this foundation. And we will be looking at adding context and case studies and exercises to the foundation material. So this is your first step on your management of risk certification route. So I'm gonna invite you to join me and also our host Vonne Smith on our Management of Risk Foundation series, and I hope to see you then. [MUSIC]