Are you a better project manager today than you were a year ago? I hope my blog has boosted your knowledge and application. In case you missed some of my blog posts, I'm sharing my most popular project risk management posts of 2019.
So, just how many of you came to the Project Risk Coach website in 2019?
One of my 2019 goals was to help 180,000 website visitors. Thanks to you, I had more than 220,000. Visitors spent an average of 4 minutes and 47 seconds per visit.
Where were the visitors from? The top countries included:
- United States
- The United Kingdom
Top 10 Project Risk Management Articles of 2019
You may have noticed that I wrote more about project risk management than ever with a sprinkling of project management articles. Risks derail our projects. My aim has been to make project risk management easy to understand and practical to apply, putting you in the driver's seat of your projects.
Here were the top blog posts:
- 7 Ways to Identify Risks
- Evaluating Risks Using Quantitative Risk Analysis
- 6 Tools and Techniques for Controlling Risks
- How to Actually Identify Project Risks
- How to Identify Scope Risks
- How to Develop a Quality Management Plan
- How to Develop a Human Resource Management Plan
- How to Actually Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
- The What, Why, & How of Project Requirements
- 10 Ways to Improve Project Presentations
"Risks derail our projects. My aim has been to make project risk management easy to understand and practical to apply, putting you in the driver's seat of your projects."
- Harry Hall, PMP, PMI-RMP -
Thanks to the Palmetto PMI Chapter for allowing me to speak at their 2019 Palmetto Symposium. Additionally, thanks to the Columbus PMI Chapter for allowing me to facilitate the How to Categorize, Assess, & Prioritize Project Risks Workshop.
2020 Project Risk Coach Plans
I've recently started the PMI-RMP for U.S. Project Managers LinkedIn Group. This group is for project managers LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES who have obtained or seeking to obtain the PMI-RMP Credential. Additionally, you will learn to apply project risk management in a balanced and practical manner.
My primary audience includes project managers in the United States with a college education. Most are between the ages of 40 and 70 and most work in the financial industry.
Irrespective of where you live or what you do, I hope you will find the Project Risk Coach as a go-to resource for project risk management tips, tools, and techniques.
7 Ways to Identify Project Risks
Ninety percent of all project risks can be greatly reduced by simply identifying the risks. Grab this checklist and start identifying your project risks.
Bonus: I will send you a sequence of emails where I describe each of the seven risk identification techniques in detail.
You will also receive my weekly blog updates.