Managing Project Risks (Online)
Risk is a given in any project, and the better you understand how to identify and prepare for it, the more likely you are to minimize your exposure to it.
In this online program you’ll learn and practice a systems approach and process for identifying, analyzing, planning, and controlling risk. Over six weeks, you will learn how to incorporate a risk management plan into the overall project plan and create options for executives when scheduled completion dates or budget targets are affected. Each module consists of self-study pre-work and exercises, a live 2-hour, instructor-led, interactive learning session, and post-session skill application and reflection exercises.
Prerequisite: Participants should be familiar with Work Breakdown Structure and Critical Path Methods before taking this course.
Who Should Attend
This course will improve the presence and impact of anyone who aspires to a leadership position in program and project management.
Continuing Education Units
This course provides 2.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
How You Will Benefit
- Use a systems approach for identifying, assessing, and managing risks
- Determine the how and when of managing risks
- Use a work breakdown structure (WBS) in the risk management process
- Apply risk identification techniques to your projects
- Integrate risk management into the project plan
|Module 1 – Introduction to Risk Management and Risk Identification|
|Module 2 – Risk Qualification and Quantification|
|Module 3 – Risk Response Development|
|Module 4 – Risk Monitoring and Control|
|Module 5 – Schedule Risk|
|Module 6 – Risks of Risk Management|
Tom has experience in project management, product development, enterprise project management, organizational management, IT training, and IT systems implementation.
He founded and served as CEO of Project Solutions Group, a project management and training consultancy. His clients have included Microsoft, Amica, Bausch & Lomb, CSC, L-3 Communications, General Dynamics, Pitney Bowes, the State of Rhode Island, TJX, Yankee Candle Co., St. Francis College, and the Architect of the Capitol.
Tom also served as director of staff development for Akibia. Before joining Akibia, Tom worked as a consultant and project manager for Cambridge Technology Partners, where he managed large-scale system and application rollout projects for companies such as Lucent Technologies, ADP, and Mutual of New York.
Tom attended Brooklyn College and MIT, and he is an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and a certified project management professional (PMP).
Live Learning Sessions
New dates coming soon
Mondays and Thursdays
11:30-3:30 p.m. CDT