On the 12th, 13th and 15th of April undergraduate students (3rd level) from the Business Administration and Economics Department attended the second part of the Risk Management Unit, led by Mr. Athanasios Fourtounas, Trainer, Economist and Director of Logistics in JLSG NATO (Italy).
Mr. Athanasios Fourtounas with 3rd level business students
During the three-day part topics discussed included. Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis, Plan Risk Responses and Monitor and Control Risks.
Continuing our Risk workshop, students worked on teams so as to produce products regarding Risk Analysis and Risk Responses
Moreover, the first two teams of the students presented their assignments on a Stakeholders Case study about the “Construction of the Algerian highway” and an Identify Risks Case Study about the “Construction of Opera House in Sydney”.
The Risk Management unit concluded with a guest lecture by Mr Dimitrios Zaires, an SME of Supplychains and Logistics who currently working for NATO. The speaker presented how Risk Management is applied in Supplychains and Logistic companies. Students had the opportunity to see how risk management works the real world and gain valuable insights.
Guest lecture by Mr Zaires Dimitrios
The course will be concluded on 31st of May where the last 2 groups will present their assignments as well as all the class will submit their final assignment regarding Plan Risk Management