Managing the Risk of Change
No change comes without risk. In any leadership of change, risk is present:
- Risk may prevent the promised benefits from being realised
- Risk may add unanticipated costs, delays or other problems
- Risk may prevent the change from being accepted by the wider organisation
In planning and carrying out any change initiative, risk needs to be assessed, analysed and well managed. As the leader / driver of the initiative, the project manager needs to ensure the change process is planned and executed with full awareness of the risk it faces.
In this presentation, Simon will demonstrate a practical and transparent approach to risk assessment, analysis and management, that allows risk to be usefully described and incorporated in the change process to increase awareness and ensure achievable benefits, costs and timescales.
Simon’s presentation will use interactive real-world examples to help break down the “black-box” image of risk assessment and analysis, and help demystify the underlying concepts such as probability, impact, exposure, three-point estimate, and P90.
Simon builds on over 20 years’ experience of helping organisations to understand and manage risk, and his customers (especially the non-mathematicians within their teams) appreciate the transparency of his approach and use it to increase their chance of success.
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