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Alex Sidorenko




Can Risk Management Be a Foundational Building Block for Teal Organizations?


Experienced executive across strategic, investment and operational risks and insurance working within multibillion dollar corporations in Australia, GCC and Europe. Successfully implemented changes to quantitative risk analysis, risk-based decision making and neuroscience.

Saved more than $13 million per year in premiums on cargo and PD/BI insurance through industry leading quantitative risk analysis without changing deductibles or limits. Successfully presenting corporate risk profile at the Ministry of finance and helping secure more than $1B in extra funding.

Author of the most popular free risk management book in the world, more than 150K downloads in 3 languages. Risk manager of the year, FERMA, 2021, Honourable mention 2021, RIMS. Risk manager of the year, RUSRISK, 2014, Best ERM Implementation, RUSRISK, 2014, Best risk management training, RUSRISK, 2013, 2014, 2015, finalist in risk management awards in 2018 and 2019.


Session outline

Teal organisations share a fundamental principle - management should be based on worker autonomy and peer relationships. Workers should identify and own their own and corporate risks and make decisions with these risks in mind. This is easier said than done, because evolution created humans in a way that our default behavior is to ignore risk. Join this workshop to learn how to overcome natural human tendency to ignore risks, overcome cognitive biases when making important decisions and save your company a lot of money along the way. 

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