WebNLearn: Let’s Talk About Risk Management

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Event Description:

From experience, projects come with risks. We are doing things that are not operations; we are doing new things. As a result, we often miss pieces of essential information or have many thoughts we believe to be true and valid, which might be entirely invalid upon careful review. In this presentation, we will go through the steps of risk management and some ideas on uncovering potential risks. We will also use a Total Quality Management tool to explore things that can go wrong in our project management knowledge areas as a form of taxonomy and illustrate the inter-relationship of domains and the failure mode symptoms.

Learning Objectives:

  • What are the steps of risk management
  • How can Project Managers uncover potential risks
  • What tools and software can Project Managers use to identify risk management
  • How do project managers illustrate the inter-relationship of domains and failure modes.

PMI PDUs:  Ways of Working, 0 Power Skills,  1 Business Acumen

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Jon M. Quigley holds the PMP and CTFL certification with experience on a myriad of product development topics including process, quality and cost improvement techniques. He has nearly 30 years of product development experience, ranging from embedded hardware and software through verification and project management. Jon has won awards such as the Volvo-3P Technical Award in 2005 going on to win the 2006 Volvo Technology Award. Jon has secured seven US patents and a number of patents outside the US. Jon is co-authored more than 10 books on project management (including agile) and a variety of product development topics such testing and configuration management with CRC Press, Redwood Collaborative Media, as well as SAE International. See his LinkedIn profile for details. He has also contributed to numerous other works including the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering.

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