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Enhanced Risk Assessment Matrix for the Management of Project Risks

by Jamie P. Monat

There are many tools available to assess project risk. However, the tools may be used infrequently due to the lack of a prescriptive risk management protocol coupled with an abundance of options. The author details the relative benefits of the Risk Fishbone Diagram and the Enhanced Risk Assessment Matrix (ERAM), and explains why they may be the only two tools necessary to facilitate risk management for most projects.

Effective Risk Management

by Brad Egeland

Few project leaders want to spend the up-front time and money to actually put together a risk management plan, but it truly needs to be your first step in effectively managing risks on your project. Your planning needs to include four steps in order to be effective and in order to be a "sellable" tool in your PM process.

An Unidentified Project Risk

by Bartlett Howard

Collaboration among stakeholders who are not able to demonstrate project management standard practices prior to project launch leads to project-as-planned failures. The author outlines 16 unidentified project risk elements, each attributed to the aptitude or the attitude of project participants, along with recommended risk mitigations.

Rescheduled: Risk Management: When and How?

by Ryan Reeves, Philip Goodin
June 06, 2011 | 69:35 | Views: 353 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.33 / 7

I. Overview of Risk Management inputs, tools and outputs II. Examples of common areas of risk in legal projects III. Practical application of risk planning and analysis IV. Example of a risk register, items to consider in planning, formulas to identify contingency budgets (time and cost) and proposed template for practical use

Risk Management – Real world applications for Utilities

by Darin Hendry 
August 29, 2012 | 73:20 | Views: 186 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.20 / 7

In this webinar we will discuss real world tools and techniques used to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. In this webinar participants will: -Learn techniques used to plan for risks -Learn techniques used to identifying risks -Work with real world examples of stakeholder (project sponsor as well as executive level) reports. -Work with real world example of a risk register. -Receive as takeaways, working report templates and risk register.

Risk Management Webinar Series-1

by Darin Hendry 
March 21, 2013 | 60:48 | Views: 265 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.71 / 7

An expert in Risk Management from the utility industry will present a three part webinar series on Risk Management tools and techniques. In this webinar series we will discuss various tools and techniques you can use to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze these risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address the risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. This webinar series is geared toward those with advanced risk management skills " This is the first of a three part series on this topic. Register for all three for a complete series of Risk Management tools and techniques!

Risk Management Webinar Series-2

by Darin Hendry 
April 23, 2013 | 65:01 | Views: 283 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.78 / 7

An expert in Risk Management from the utility industry will present a three part webinar series on Risk Management tools and techniques. In this webinar series we will discuss various tools and techniques you can use to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze these risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address the risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. This webinar series is geared toward those with advanced risk management skills. This is the second of a three part series on the topic. Register for all three for a complete series of Risk Management tools and techniques!

Achieving Successful Projects with PM and BA Practices

This presentation discusses how to integrate business analysis practices into the project management process to reduce project risk and improve business outcomes. This presentation will examine business analysis from a PMBOK perspective and examine strategies for integrating business analysis practices into the project management process. The following topics will be addressed: • What is business analysis? • Why focus on business analysis? • How business analysis integrates into PMBOK including Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, and Stakeholder Management. • How business analysis reduces project risk. • How to manage business analysis activities and deliverables from a project management perspective.

Project Managing Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

by Frank P. Saladis, PMP
March 28, 2014 | 66:20 | Views: 691 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.52 / 7

This presentation will address some of the key elements associated with preventing, preparing for, and managing through events that could have a devastating impact on an organization. The connection between risk management and the processes and planning for DRBC will be highlighted along with suggestions for developing and maintaining a DRBC plan.

Reducing Program Risk by Better Business Development

by Howard Nutt 
January 14, 2014 | 57:55 | Views: 149 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.86 / 7

This presentation explores how organizational project managers can leverage involvement in the Business Development (BD) life cycle to create reduced risk for program delivery. In particular, the presentation will introduce OPM Community members to Version 2.0 of the Capability Maturity Model® for Business Development (BD-CMM) and show how it can be used to establish continuity with practices advocated in PMI’s Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)

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