Strategic risk management in international student recruitment
Any proper understanding of risk begins with an honest assessment of an organisation or enterprise’s risk tolerance, and then an equally clear-eyed consideration of its activities in relation to that appetite for risk.
But what kind of risk are we talking about? How much risk are we prepared to take on? And how can we anticipate and manage risk effectively?
These are some of the questions that Pamela Barrett, Director of the international education consultancy Barton Carlyle, confronts in her work with education clients around the world.
These slides are from a presentation Ms Barrett gave at the ICEF 2014 Berlin Workshop on utilising strategic risk management in international student recruitment.
We have also included two video interviews with Ms Barrett where she shares insights on how to map, manage and mitigate risk at a strategic level.
You can read our accompanying article on ICEF Monitor here: http://monitor.icef.com/2015/04/strategic-risk-management-in-international-student-recruitment.
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