How Risky is your Project and what are you doing about it?

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How Risky is your Project and what are you doing about it?

Overview of the Webinar:

“How risky is your project? And what are you doing about it?”

The answers to these two vital questions will not be found in your project Risk Register or risk reports. The overall riskiness of your project is more than the sum of a list of individual threats and opportunities.

Leading risk management standards include a definition of something called “overall project risk” which is different from individual risks. But what does it mean and how do we manage it?

The concept of overall project risk is overlooked in the project risk management approach adopted by most organisations. This means that our risk processes focus exclusively on individual risks and we fail to identify or proactively manage the overall risk exposure associated with our projects.

This presentation clarifies the concept of overall project risk, explains its importance, and outlines how it can be identified, assessed and managed. Only by broadening our risk approach to include this aspect can we know how risky our project is, and decide what to do about it.

Details:

Date

Region

Duration

Time 

Thursday, 15th September, 2022

UK, EU & USA

1 hour

Chicago, USA – 10:00 am CDT

New York, USA – 11:00 pm EDT

London, UK – 16:00 pm BST

Paris, France – 17:00 pm CEST

Date – Thursday, 15th September, 2022

Region – UK, EU & USA

Duration – 1 hour

Time

  • Chicago, USA – 10:00 am CDT
  • New York, USA – 11:00 am EDT
  • London, UK – 16:00 pm BST
  • Paris, France – 17:00 pm CEST
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The Speaker:
David Hillson Portrait
Dr David Hillson PMI-Fellow HonFAPM FIRM CMgr FCMI

The Risk Doctor david@risk-doctor.com

Dr David Hillson is The Risk Doctor, and he leads The Risk Doctor Partnership. He is recognised internationally as a leading thinker and expert practitioner in risk management. He writes and speaks widely on the topic, with eleven major books and many papers on risk. David has received multiple awards for his work in developing risk management over many years, including being recognised as the inaugural “Risk Personality of the Year “ (2010-11) by the Institute of Risk Management (IRM). He has received honorary fellowships from the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and the UK Association for Project Management (APM), and he has been elected as a Fellow of the IRM, the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).