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Risk Management Life Cycle in the Context of Project, Program, and Portfolio

01/27/2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

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Event Description:

With the COVID-19 pandemic, risk management is taken with increased interest by professionals, communities and organizations across industry verticals. Particularly within the Project-Program-Portfolio (PPP) community, risk management has been asked to be taken-up on a proactive and priority basis.

The risk management life cycle (RMLC) works within the context of risk management framework. It ensures risks are managed in a structured and integrated manner in an organization irrespective of life cycle approaches chosen. Understanding of risk management framework across portfolios, programs and projects, is foundational to have tangible results coming from risk management.

While a project’s risk management life cycle is somewhat known and practiced, there are a number of variations when programs and/or portfolios are taken up in an organization. Many risk management practitioners miss these subtleties!


In this webinar, we will explore:

  • What are risk management framework and risk management life cycle?
  • What will be considerations for the portfolios?
  • What will be considerations for the programs?
  • What will be considerations for the projects?
  • How to take an integrated approach?


Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.


Presenter Info:

Satya Narayan Dash is a management professional, speaker, coach and author of six books.  He has created hands-on courses on Risk Management, including the course of “Practical Risk Management”, which has been used by many professionals and a number of candidate PhDs. His latest book on Risk Management – “I Want To Be A Risk Management Professional (RMP), Second edition” has created many PMI-RMPs and it has a 100% success rate so far. His web presence is at https://managementyogi.com  and he can be contacted at managementyogi@gmail.com.