Call for Workshops on CIP Conference Madrid • June 8th 2018 • Unique opportunity to work together with worldwide peers

We look forward to welcoming you at our 5th international conference:
“Better face it – All management is crisis management.
Resilient organisations cope with the future’s challenges.”

This year’s conference will take place on Friday 8 June 2018 in Madrid. If you are interested in joining, please save the date and sign up for news. We will inform you about the programme, speakers, fees and further details in due time.

As we did last year in Lisbon we opt for a formula with keynote speakers and workshops and will work with 3 tracks.

Track 1: Polarization / the new normal?  Are we facing a society were fake news, mass manipulation techniques and propaganda are the norm?

Track 2: Cyber challenges / can we be prepared?  Our fast moving digitizing environment is challenging us all. How can we benefit, and yet be safe navigating this cyber future?

Track 3: Business, crisis and resilience / Today’s managers live in the fast track! All management feels like crisis management. What are the lessons to be learned?

The aim of these workshops is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in risk management, crisis management, risk communication, crisis communication or any other domain related to risk and crisis. They are a platform to share knowledge and reflect on each other’s  work and offer a unique opportunity to work together with worldwide peers.

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Workshop: Normal Chaos: a catalytic framework for theorizing crisis

One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2017 on 16 June 2017 at University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia.

In our quest for failure free operations, we try to learn from our mistakes. Therefore we hold inquiries, make diagnoses about how and why an event occurred, and we offer recommendations for improvement. This mostly results in more rules and regulations. However, in a very unstable environment, facing high levels of complexity, people do not hold on to regulations, they rather improvise based on prior experiences and trainings. Continue reading

Workshop: White heroin warning campaign Amsterdam: targeting a hard to reach international audience.

One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2017 on 16 June 2017 at University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia.

In this workshop I will review the white heroin warning campaign from the City of Amsterdam (2015 – 2016). I was communication advisor in the crisis team. In a short time period 3 tourist died and 20 where in life threatening situations because a drug dealer sold extremely dangerous white heroin as cocaine to tourists. Continue reading

Workshop: What fire departments can learn from ants

One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2017 on 16 June 2017 at University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia.

In Belgium fire departments have no idea how to help their own people if things go wrong. We found this unacceptable and since 2012 with a group of firefighters we started to build a specific training program. The project is called Brandweerman In Nood. With the Brandweerman In Nood project (Firefighter Mayday project) we have chosen to train the whole critical mass. The other option, used in the USA, chooses to train a few to be excellent. Continue reading

Workshop: A debate on Seveso Directive – a national or European safety issue?

One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2017 on 16 June 2017 at University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia.

There are close to 200 Seveso establishments in Portugal and about 10.000 all over Europe. Are we safe at the same level in each and every country of the European Union? Should we be equally safe whenever we acquire a property, set an industry, working at different places, or just enjoying cities or places as tourists?

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Workshop: How can we better communicate risk by applying systems science to create a more integrated system for medicines?

One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2017 on 16 June 2017 at University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia.

Communication is one of the main ways we manage the risk of medicines. This is why the International Society of Pharmacovigilance established a dedicated special interest group to risk communication. Continue reading