Not sure which of your project risks matter most? In this FREE course, we'll explore how to evaluate risks quickly.
We will also cover what is risk, why evaluate risks, how to evaluate risks, who are risk owners, how to evaluate risk velocity, and how to assign risk owners.
My name is Harry and I have managed projects for more than 15 years. I am a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP). I have my Associate in Risk Management–Enterprise Risk Management (ARM-E). Furthermore, I've helped hundreds of project managers around the world to apply project management with five-star reviews like this:
The instructor clearly states what he is going to cover and then covers it in just the right amount of detail. –James Smith
Excellent delivery and materials. Simple yet complete. –Tom Miller
Highly recommend this course...it's simple and to the point. No fluff - just "how to." Use it as a guide for your team - so they can start (and complete) a project fast. –Learning Learning
Get ready to finish your projects faster.
Projects often take longer than expected because risks are not identified and evaluated properly. Consequently, the risks occur requiring more time, effort, and budget to complete. You and I will walk through, step-by-step, how to prioritize your risks and help you invest your time wisely.
Prepare for your PMP or PMI-RMP Exam. You will learn the qualitative risks analysis concepts as described in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and included in your exams.
Master how to analyze your project risks quickly using simple qualitative risk analysis techniques.That's right, you will learn practical techniques that you can apply to any project, whether small or large, simple or complex.
- What is Risk?
- Why Evaluate Project Risks?
- How to Evaluate Project Risks
- Who Are Risk Owners
- How to Assign Risk Owners
- How to Evaluate Risk Velocity
- The Difference Between Qualitative and Quantitative Risks Analysis
- Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis: Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs
Here's the bottom line:
By the end of this course, your confidence in the application of project risk management will soar. You will have a thorough understanding of qualitative risk management concepts so you can use them to their fullest potential helping you to complete your projects on schedule and on budget!
Go ahead, click here to register and start the course. I'll see you in lesson 1.
Discover the exact, proven system to engage stakeholders, improve collaboration, and initiate projects. Welcome to the What, Why, & How of Powerful Project Charters! Includes my e-Book: Start Writing Your Project Charters Today.
In this FREE course, discover ten things successful project managers never tolerate and improve your project success!
This course shows you — no matter how long you’ve been managing projects — how to use your interpersonal skills to build high-performing, unified teams.
Learn to develop and mature soft skills such as communication, influencing, decision making, cultural awareness, trust building, and coaching. Learn to get results and advance your career.
What you’ll learn:
- How to exceed expectations while avoiding scope creep.
- 10 practical ways to improve your project meetings.
- The secrets of overcoming debilitating meeting behaviors such as unclear purpose, topic-hopping, indecision, and unclear direction.
- How RAID can greatly improve your project meetings.
- Three ways to improve trust in your teams.
- Project execution is the best time to start identifying risks, right? Wrong! I’ll explain why starting early is essential.
- There are 66 communication channels for a 12 person team. Learn how to create smaller, productive teams without leaving key stakeholders out of the picture.
- Ten ways to thank your team members (many ideas that cost very little).
- Some project managers try to squeeze every ounce out of their team members. I’ll explain why taking care of your teams makes more sense.
- Twelve reasons risk management can become ineffective and what you can do about each.
- Three ways to increase respect within your teams.
- What you should avoid when removing an individual from your project team.
- Four things to do when coaching an irresponsible team member.
- The one core value that is essential when dealing with conflict, stress, and challenges.
- Three decision methods and when to use each.
- How to put the pieces together and take action that drives better results.
While the book is not required for taking this course, you will find it helpful—The Purpose Drive Project Manager. I share tips, tools, and techniques that you can apply to achieve your project objectives and improve your success. This book is a practical go-to guide, offering useful and actionable advice for common project problems. Click here to grab the Kindle version.