Failure to address risk proactively and continuously is the reason most projects fail to achieve their original objectives.
Project Risk Management is the process of developing an appropriate project risk management plan, identifying risks, analyzing risks, developing appropriate responses to risks, and monitoring risk triggers.
With the amount of money being invested in projects of every type, ignoring risk management is simply bad business.
|Basic Concepts||Introduction to the risk management process.
Discuss high-risk projects, and what makes them high risk.
Address the most common failures in risk management.
|Planning for Risk Management||Start risk planning at the project initiation & selection stage.
Perform project level risk assessments.
Define the right degree of risk management for a specific project.
|Identifying Risks||Locate risk in project scope, schedule and resource.
Use tools and techniques for identifying and documenting known risks.
Examine strategies for seeking missing risks.
|Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis||Compare qualitative vs. quantitative risk analysis methods.
Use a risk probability and impact matrix to assess and prioritize risks.
Add analytical information to qualitative tools & make them more useful.
|Managing Project Risk||Discuss ideas for managing project level risk, including project documentation requirements,
Select metrics to track and calculate risk management reserves.
Use specification change management as a risk mitigation method.
|Monitoring and Controlling Risky Projects||Apply the risk plan by monitoring the project, collecting status, using metrics, and performing trend analysis.
Perform on-going modification and optimization of risk plans.
Respond to issues and communicate to affected stakeholders.
|Closing Projects||Review and perform risk re-assessment at project closure.
Perform project retrospective analysis.
Document lessons learned about risk plan effectiveness.
By completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
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