North West | Managing strategic partnerships: emerging risks in the new world and beyond
02 December | 13:00 - 15:00 | Online
This event will be delivered online. Registered delegates will receive a reminder 10 working days before the event and joining instructions two days prior to the event. Please note: once registered, a booking confirmation will not be received.
The event recording, if available, will be ready to view on our website within five working days post-event. CPE certificates will be sent to all delegates who attended within 10 working days post-event.
For any queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to welcoming you to the event.
Successful partnerships don’t just happen; rather they are reliant upon organisations setting clear foundations for business relationships and nurturing them over time. There are clearly risks and benefits to be had on both sides.
This event will provide best practice guidance, knowledge and insight from a range of leaders with experience in the field.
Speakers will share their experiences on managing strategic partnerships; the associated risks across the supply base when dealing with complex organisations and systems; and examples of how to build effective governance to support a successful relationship.
- Howard Munson - Chartered IIA Northwest Committee member and Risk Assurance Director, RSM Risk Assurance Services LLP
- Jennifer Crooks - Senior Manager, Commercial Assurance, Risk Assurance, PwC
- Hannah Glasgow - Head of Retail Risk, Co-op Group
- Bernie Enright - Executive Director of Adult Social Services, Manchester City Council
- Tom Powell - Head of Internal Audit and Risk Management, Manchester City Council
CPE core competencies
- Technical skills: Business acumen
2 CPE points
|13:00 - 13:10||
Welcome and introductions
|13:10 - 13:50||
Contract audit as a proactive tool to build trust with strategic partners
|13:50 - 14:30||
Vendor risk and resiliency - Stepping up to manage the challenge of 2020
|14:30 - 15:10||
Partnerships in a pandemic: How regional & city wide arrangements between health & care partners have been critical in responding to the impact of Covid19
This event has been organised by our North West committee
Date:2 December 2020