How to Actually Perform a Qualitative Risk Analysis
You might be a new project manager, or you may have been a project manager for years. Either way, in this course, you will learn what is a risk, why evaluate risks, how to evaluate risks, who are risk owners, how to evaluate risk velocity, and how to assign risk owners.
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.
So, how can you set project priorities, not only at the beginning but as you progress through your projects? Project managers can use the qualitative risk analysis process to evaluate risks and determine where to invest their time.
In this course, you will learn:
- 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! And earn 1/2 PDU (Technical).
The Purpose Driven Project Manager
Discover ten things successful project managers never tolerate, both in themselves and in their teams. Learn to develop and mature soft skills such as communication, influencing, decision making, cultural awareness, trust building, and coaching. Get better results and advance your career.
This is the companion course for Harry's book--The Purpose Driven Project Manager. The book is recommended but not required to take the course.