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    Jul 27, 2016
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    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Risk Management Planning Scalable Planning Methods Stakeholder Risk Tolerance Probability and Impact Scales The Risk Register Risk Management Plan Lesson Conclusion

    Course highlights:

    This course offers a proven method for incorporating risk management processes as integral elements of project management. The course will present different approaches to identify risks; qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze risks and determine their impacts; risk ranking and response techniques; and approaches to monitor, control, and communicate risks throughout the project life cycle. Increase the probability of project success by applying techniques to reduce threats and enhance unexpected opportunities. Learn how to prepare a comprehensive risk management plan. Discover different approaches to identify, assess, and quantify risks and their impacts.

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    9-11 hours

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    Apply scalable planning methods to prepare for project risk management Prepare a risk management plan to guide your risk approach Identify project risks by using different identification tools Integrate risk management techniques and results into a balanced project management approach Use multiple techniques to identify and document risks Perform qualitative risk analysis to prioritize risks for response and monitoring Perform quantitative risk analysis to assess risk to the overall project cost and schedule objectives Incorporate expected value, probability, and distribution into your risk analysis Estimate and characterize the impact and timing of risks on your project Determine and implement appropriate risk response strategies based on risk analysis Monitor and control identified and emerging risks based on risk plan and project execution results Communicate risks effectively to all project stakeholders

    • Summer 2015
    • Lediona Nishani
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