KT-7008 Project Risk Management Training - Minneapolis, Minnesota IT MN Technical Financial New York, NY
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Project Risk Management


Description: 

This one day, basic risk assessment workshop teaches the participant to identify potential risks, analyze and quantify the risks, determine the risk response, monitor risk and close out risks. Participants learn the tools they need to minimize risk in any project. In addition, participants learn how to assess opportunities. They practice what they learn using a case study exercise or they can practice the methodology on a real-life project of their own.

The risk method taught in this course is consistent with PMIs PMBOK® 2000 the Project Management Body of Knowledge  and it provides a firm foundation for preparing for the PMP exam. Preventing and managing risk are key elements of any project management system. The Martin Training Associates approach to risk is simple to learn, easy-to-apply and can be used by teams or by individuals.

Audience: Project leaders and project team members

Learning Objectives: The major learning objectives for the workshop include:

  • Understand the basic principles of risk assessment and learn to apply them in a case study or in your own project
  • Learn how to conduct an opportunity assessment
  • Learn basic level skills for assessing and managing risk
  • Learn how to involve the team and other stakeholders in the risk assessment process
  • What You Will Learn: The workshop emphasizes many practical techniques, including:
  • How to manage risk through the four phases of the project management process
  • How to define the risk threshold for a project
  • How to conduct a risk assessment meeting
  • How to analyze risks using a team-based approach
  • How to develop a risk response
  • How to capture the risk information in your project plan
  • How to monitor risks
  • How to close out risk
  • How to assess opportunities

 
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Duration: 
1 Days  
     
     

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