PMXPO 2012 Going For Gold: Delivering Successfully Despite Uncertainty
We live in an uncertain world of tricky projects and programs. For most of us, this means ambiguous requirements, disinterested stakeholders and even teams dispersed around the globe. In this complex and messy world, we're still expected to deliver. This means managing risks, both positive and negative. But too often, risk management in projects is a boring bolt-on, rather than a fundamental part of ensuring successful delivery, and is of little value. In this presentation, we'll look at how you can engage other people to identify, own and manage risks on your project or program. We'll look at the risk management process step by step, including highlighting some of the pitfalls you'll need to avoid along the way. We'll run through the top ten tips from Penny's book, co-authored with Ruth Murray Webster, 'A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk Management'. These will help you as a project manager to avoid the pitfalls and, more importantly, to be more effective at managing risk on your projects and programs, leading to successful delivery.
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