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This two-day training course Inclusive and sustainable capitalism are the paradigm shifts changing the way organisations operate. The King IV responds to this shift through the principle of shared prosperity and long-term sustainability. What this means is that an organisation has to create sustainable value across its extended enterprise. (Extended enterprise is the concept that a company does not operate in isolation because its success is dependent upon a network of partner relationships.)

 Export to Your Calendar 2018/06/26 to 2018/06/27
When: 8:00 AM
Where: IRMSA Training Centre
144 Katherine Street, Grayston Ridge Office Park
Block A, First Floor, IRMSA, Sandton
Johannesburg, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Presenter: Zak Wood
Contact: Nazlee Kok
011 555 1800

Online registration is available until: 2018/06/25
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Course Duration




Non - Member

Zak Wood 

2 Day



R 5 564.00 ex VAT

R 6 414.00 ex VAT

Course outline


1.       What is a stakeholder?

1.1.  Definitions

1.1.1.    Stakeholders

1.1.2.    Extended Enterprise

1.1.3.    Inclusive Capitalism

1.1.4.    Tripple Bottom line

1.1.5.    Six Capitals

       2.    Why the need for stakeholder management?

2.1.  Governance requirements

2.2.  Technology Trends

2.3.  Impact on Organisations

2.4.  Changing Times

2.5.  Risk Management

       3.    Stakeholder Management Process

3.1.  Identification

       3.1.1.    Internal Stakeholders

       3.1.2.    External Stakeholders

3.2.  Stakeholder Analysis

3.2.1.    Objectives

3.2.2.    Perception

3.2.3.    Influence

3.3.  Prioritisation

3.3.1.    Levels of influence

3.3.2.    Strategic Importance

3.4.  Organisational Response

3.4.1.    Needs

3.4.2.    Risks

3.4.3.    Opportunities

3.4.4.    Mitigations

3.5.  Monitoring and Control

4.    Tools and Techniques

4.1.  Stakeholder Analysis

4.2.  Prioritisation Matrices

4.3.  Stakeholder Allegience

5.    Engaging and Communicating

5.1.  Communication Techniques

6.    Ensuring stakeholder management is integrated in Risk Management


·          Marikana

·         Fees must fall

·         Other relevant at the time of the course






















Who should attend?

·         Practicing risk managers and champions

·         Business leaders responsible for governance, risk and/or compliance

·         Executives and heads of departments requiring a better outcome to embedding risk management

     (working across functions/matrix environment)

·         Accountants, auditors, consultants, project managers, safety practitioners and solicitors

·         Risk professionals/experienced practitioners looking to expand into governance and compliance

·         Practitioners requiring a refresher on recent developments in risk management







About the Presenter



Zak's expertise lies in running and advising on corporate projects, which he does primarily for mining clients. His work involves setting up project support offices, running secretariats on complex stakeholder based projects, change management within large corporates, and advising clients on project management methodologies. Zak approaches projects with a view to simplicity - focusing on clarification of the significant. 


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