Using knowledge management to measure risk

March 23, 2016     by Ira Skop

RIMS 2016 Sessions

Shelter Island Risk will be leading three sessions at the RIMS National Conference, April 10-13, 2016 in San Diego, CA. See here for more information and to sign up. We hope to see you there.

Ten Things You Thought Microsoft Excel Could Not Do  (TLT003)
Monday, April 11     11:30 am – 11:55 am

See how Excel remains an essential tool for aggressive data-centric analysis. Part of the RIMS Thought Leader Theater. No need to sign up; just stop by the RIMS Hub, Booth #1135.

Led by Ira Skop, Partner, Shelter Island Risk Services 

Big Data Is Here: Don’t Miss the Opportunity  (CLM025)
Tuesday, April 12      9:00 am – 11:00 am

Big data should be your model: you may not have its volume, but you can learn from its principles. Move beyond using just claims data. Achieve a culture of innovation to which every organization aspires.

Speakers:
Kimberly Holmes, SVP, Global Head Strategic Analytics, XL Catlin Group plc
Richard Denning, President, Shelter Island Risk Services
Keith Higdon, SVP Client Services, ESIS
Libby Christman, Senior Director, Risk Management, Ahold USA

Draw It: How to Use Art to Communicate Risk Data    (ERM012)
Tuesday, April 12    11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Follow the path from problem definition to problem solving via visualization. Since ancient times paintings have served to communicate ideas and express thoughts. Review the ways software can facilitate the overlap of art and risk. When it comes to communicating with the first line of risk management, art may be the most effective tool you wield.

Speakers:
Richard Denning, President, Shelter Island Risk Services
Libby Christman, Senior Director, Risk Management, Ahold USA

 

Leave a comment ↓

Leave a Reply

Required fields are marked *