Hong Kong Management Association

Project Risk Management Principles and Good Practices

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Course Information

Schedules
  • 26 Sep 2024 (Thu)
Registration period
2 Feb 2024 (Fri) - 26 Sep 2024 (Thu)
Price
HKD 5,250
(Tuition fee for Members: HK$5,000
Tuition fee for Non-members: HK$5,250)
Study Mode
Duration
2 Day(s)
Language
English
Location
-
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Course Overview

 


Introduction
Projects are inherently risky ventures. If there is no risk, the activity may not be a project. In this course, participants will learn that risk is identified, assessed and minimised in the project planning exercise.

A project plan consists basically of six things, project objectives (requirements, SOW), a work breakdown, (WBS), a project organisation (OBS), a project schedule, project baseline (budget) and risk management.

Learning Outcomes
This is a specialty course dealing with identification, assessment, mitigation and contingency planning of risk in projects. It creates proactive behaviours in project managers to address risks early in the project life-cycle which greatly enhance the ultimate success of the project.

Topics
The broad learning goals of Project Risk Management Principles and Good Practices include:

Implement Effective Planning and Control
Create Interactive Project Teams
Plan, Identify and Manage Risk
Project Risk Management Principles and Good Practices is a two-day course that includes a brief refresher of tools and techniques of modern project management, but its emphasis is on risk planning, risk identification, risk analysis, risk response planning, and risk monitoring and control.

Recommended for
This course is targeted at new and experienced project managers who need effective, but simple techniques for risk management in projects. It is intended for people who want a review of applied methods and techniques to handle risk in daily project work.

 

 

What You’ll Learn

CONTENTS
 Introduction to Project Risk
 Planning Risk Elements: Objectives, WBS, Project Organizing, Schedule, Budget, and Control
 Planning a Project for Low Risk
 Risk Management Training
 Risk Identification and Analysis
 Risk Identification using a Risk Matrix
 Developing a Risk Response Plan and Risk Mitigation



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