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Project Risk Management - tackling the uncertainty
Course Description
Robust managing of project risk does not boil down to creating probability and impact matrix around known risks and drawing mitigation plans for what could go wrong. It is about gaining and maintaining awareness of the whole spectrum of uncertainties of different nature, both inherent to, and surrounding your project; and dealing with them in a wide variety of ways – from creating classic contingencies to managing stakeholder expectations.

This course is a tightly-packed toolkit of carefully selected and ultimately effective risk management techniques that can be used in projects of a quite different nature – technological or organisational, small or large scale, explicitly scoped or quite fuzzy.

You have tried a few things in risk management and are yet to find the perfect mix? Personalise your approach, pick the right tools and, and surf the uncertainty!
Topics Covered
· No risk – no gain. Nature of project risk and what makes risk management a lot more than just one in ten PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas
· It is a team game! Risk identification and assessment tools, must-do's and hat tricks
· Fundamental difference in approaches to 'event' and 'condition' type of risks - which tools to use and when
· Planning and combining risk responses to maximise benefits for project as a whole. How to make sure the amount of effort is just right.
· To raise or not to raise? Talk risks differently to your Team, your Manager, PMO, your Sponsor and your Customer.
· Visualise it! How to set it up right and involve your Team and stakeholders in a continuous risk management activity
Participants will;
· Learn how to best tailor the wide range of risk management tools and tricks to their project's specific conditions maximising the probability of success;
· Learn to take into account organisational factors in setting up risk management process for their projects;
· Discover new ways of enhancing stakeholder benefits and satisfaction through project risk management;
· Gain insights into how to get all your team genuinely involved in your risk management efforts.
Who Should Attend
Project Sponsors and Team managers, Project and Programme managers with all levels of experience. Project coordinators and PMO specialists. Business analysts and project administrators could also benefit.
Previous exposure to project management in real life.
Course Delivery Options
Open-enrolment or in-house (tailored to customer's requirements) · 7 or 14 hours (1 or 2 days)
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