What Would You Do?
Risk Scenarios combine interactive technology with hypothetical risk scenarios to create compelling learning opportunities. Created by Risk & Insurance editors along with key industry thought-leaders, Risk Scenarios challenge participants to first decide how they would handle a situation before learning the approach of peers and other industry experts.
Linda Morris, head of HR for a design firm, has a
puzzling problem: a mystery illness is causing a flood of absenteeism. Faced with mounting pressure from employees and management to find a solution, Linda takes every possible measure to combat the illness and identify a cause. After investigating several possibilities, the root of the problem is much more ominous than anyone would have guessed.
A manufacturing entrepreneur uses the occurrence of a major storm surge to get the drop on his foreign-owned competitor. Working with his quick-thinking controller, Heady Johnson of Johnson Industries pushes for a quick negotiation of his post-storm business interruption claim payment. Johnson uses the leverage of being willing to take a haircut on his property settlement to get paid faster and get back in business before his competitor.
An unavoidable collision on a mountain road that leads to third party death and injuries spells trouble for a California-based oil drilling company. The losses pile up after it’s determined that the company allowed one of their employees to travel in a foreign country without a workable crisis management plan and the appropriate coverage should the employee be involved in an automobile accident.