May 9, 2013 – Organizers behind World Risk Day are opting for a project-based approach to discussions at their second-annual event, in an effort to convert threats into terms of “on time” and “on budget,” which are more familiar and appealing to business leaders.

World Risk Day, a virtual collection of Web seminars, will run throughout the day May 14, featuring practitioners from various industries such as the New York State Department of Transportation, European construction firm Crossrail and aerospace and defense contractor EADS, as well as vendor experts. Under the agenda theme of “Shattering the Project Myth,” the event casts a wide enough net to cover a variety of pressing topics for CROs, process officials and other risk managers, such as following through on innovation and extending the risk leader’s role into other business functions.

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