Handling Project Risk Professionally
Duration: 2 Days
Dates: 14 - 15 February 2019
Time: 8.30am to 6.00pm
Venue: Boardroom@L39, MBFC Tower 2
Trainer: Colin Millward, MBA, PMP®, CRP
Understanding the nature and consequences of risk is key to the success of a project, and a “triggering” risk can impact the chances of completion on scope, cost and time and more, sometimes with devastating consequences. Yet not enough risk management is practiced by project managers, who are often – fairly or otherwise – blamed for poorly performing projects where risks have triggered.
Aimed at more experienced project managers, this course provides the extra understanding and tools needed to help you identify project risks and their sources, qualitatively and quantitatively analyse them and go on to make the necessary preparations as well as to have a plan to deal with those that trigger. Starting with a simple exercise to examine risks and probabilities, this course expands far beyond what is commonly taught about the practical handling and management of risk, all without the need for complex mathematical understanding.
This course is presented as a combination of lectures, discussions and team exercises, and is designed for between 6 and 24 attendees.