world bank open learning campus -manage risk

Course at a Glance
Welcome to this MOOC. This page provides an overview of the course and one-stop access to all course components, including video talks, resources, quizzes, assignments and events. It also gives an overview of what you are expected to do each week.
Risk and Opportunity: Managing Risk for Development Start date Resources and events
Week 1 – Managing risk in a changing world June 30, 2014
Video Talks
Week 2 - Digging deeper: What are the components of risk management? Why aren’t people better at managing risk? July 7, 2014
Video Talks
Play the online game and complete game achivement
Complete your game reflection exercise
Begin the work on your Final Project (digital resource)
Live video chat (Google+ Hangout) with the course team at 10:00 am EST on July 11
Week 3 - Who is responsible for managing risk? The importance of a holistic approach to risk management July 14, 2014
Video Talks for Week 3Module 3.1,
Module 3.2Module 3.3 and Module 3.4
Resources for Module 3.1Module 3.2
Module 3.3
 and Module 3.4
Quiz for Module 3.1Module 3.2Module 3.3and Module 3.4
Continue work on your Final Project (digital resource)
Week 4 - Bringing it all together: Proactive, systematic and integrated risk management July 21, 2014
Video Talks
Complete your Final Project
Complete the end of course survey
Week 1 Video Talks
Managing Risk in a changing world
Outline of the Week 
Duration: 02m

Speaker: Kyla Wethli 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Risk Management as a Tool for Development 
Duration: 08m 12s

Speaker: Norman Loayza 
Director, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
The Opportunity Side of Risk 
Duration: 9m 42s

Speaker: Mushfiq Mobarak 
Associate Professor of Economics, Yale University
Digging Deeper: What Is Risk Management? Why Aren’t People Better at Managing Risk?
Outline of the Week 
Duration: 02m 37s

Speaker: Kyla Wethli 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Key Components of Risk Management 
Duration: 07m 14s

Speaker: Kyla Wethli 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Key Obstacles to Risk Management 
Duration: 09m 57s

Speaker: Stephane Hallegatte 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Managing Risk in Developing Countries 
Duration: 10m 50s

Speaker: Erwann Michel-Kerjan 
Executive Director, Risk Management and Decision Processes Center, Wharton School of Business
The role of key social systems
Outline of the Week 
Duration: 02m 57s

Speaker: Kyla Wethli 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Week 4 Video Talks
Bringing It All Together: Proactive, Systematic, and Integrated Risk Management
Outline of the Week 
Duration: 02m 36s

Speaker: Kyla Wethli 
Lead Author, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Overarching Principles and Integrated Risk Management 
Duration: 7m 29s

Speaker: Norman Loayza 
Director, World Development Report 2014, World Bank
Best Practice Around the World 
Duration: 7m 48s

Speaker: Jonathan Wiener 
Professor of Law, Duke Law School

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