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Simplifying Schedule Risk Analysis Using Microsoft Project Custom Fields

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

Event Description:

This presentation will show how schedule uncertainty and risk information can be captured using standard features of Microsoft Project and used to perform a Schedule Risk Analysis to support proposal and contract requirements.

Learning Objectives:
Understand how to realize the benefits of Schedule Risk Analysis without having to export or maintain data in unfamiliar software tools.
Learn how to implement Schedule Margin (Risk Contingency) to protect contract deliverables.

Presenter:

John Owen

John Owen, CEO Barbecana Inc.

Owen joined Barbecana as Chief Operating Officer in 2014 and assumed the role of President and CEO in 2019.  Owen has extensive experience of both project management and software development.  Previous positions have included VP Development for Welcom, Senior Director for Product Management at Deltek, and Manager for Computerized Project Management at Worley Engineering.Owen’s interests include Land Rovers, Smart Homes, and DIY projects around the house.

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Written by John Owen

John Owen, CEO Barbecana Inc.

Owen joined Barbecana as Chief Operating Officer in 2014 and assumed the role of President and CEO in 2019.  Owen has extensive experience of both project management and software development.  Previous positions have included VP Development for Welcom, Senior Director for Product Management at Deltek, and Manager for Computerized Project Management at Worley Engineering.

Owen’s interests include Land Rovers, Smart Homes, and DIY projects around the house.

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