Peter Rousmaniere helps organizations as they negotiate through the troubling waters of hazards, uncertainty, risk and insurance.
In twenty years, as entrepreneur, consultant and writer he has honed and broadened his skills and understanding over the course of hundreds of engagements, domestic and overseas. Corporations, public and not-for-profit organizations, insurers regulators and the media engage me. Over this time he has written over 100 articles and spoken at over 50 conferences.
Peter Rousmaniere's special expertise is in workers compensation; other corporate types of insurance; new risk management product design and implementation; information technology; and, risk communication.
Harvard College awarded him a BA cum laude and Harvard Business School an MBA. Prior to entering the risk and insurance field in 1986, he worked on organizational development engagements for state governments and universities.
Between 1986 and 1996, he was an executive and equity investor in two ventures, one early stage and one start-up, both bringing innovative practices to prevent and resolve work related injuries. Since 1996, except for a year with an insurance software vendor, he has worked as a consultant individually or in concert with other teams of consultants.
His clients have included three of the ten largest workers compensation insurers in the world; also, a large number of medium sized and boutique organizations. Clients hire him usually to assess a new practice idea, or make operations more efficient, or to help them communicate with their constituency.
Since 2003 Peter Rousmaniere has written the workers compensation column for Risk & Insurance Magazine.