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Risks are the holes in the dike. Too many holes and the dike will crumble. After creating the Schedule, the Staffing plan and the Budget, Risk Management is required to determine what holes may be in your plans. In other words, you will leave this seminar understanding the risk management process; being able not only to find the holes in your projects, but also being able to fill them in order to ensure a more structurally sound project.
Archived Online Training available through November 7, 2014
Who Should Attend
- New and experienced project managers
- Clinical project managers
- Project practitioners
- Operational managers
- Developmental project managers
- CMC project managers
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Identify the elements of a Risk Management Plan
- Define the sources from which Risks can be identified
- Assess the Risks qualitatively to determine the level of reaction that is appropriate
- Recognize how to apply several of the Risk Response Planning approaches; such as Mitigation and Contingency Planning
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