update your #Project Management, Scheduling, Cost Control and change management http://ow.ly/DWVw307cFks from these sessions:
Risk Management Calgary 1-Feb-2017
MS Project Calgary 2-Feb-2017
Risk Management London 7-Feb-2017
MS Project Barrie 9-Feb-2017
MS Project Halifax 13-Feb-2017
Risk Management Halifax 15-Feb-2017
Risk Management Vancouver 20-Feb-2017
MS Project Vancouver 21-Feb-2017
MS Project Markham 23-Feb-2017
MS Project Seattle 23-Feb-2017
MS Project Hamilton 27-Feb-2017
MS Project Ann Arbor 27-Feb-2017
Every project manager wants to reduce ‘management by crisis’, overtime costs for employees and contractors, and late nights at the office. —– Risk management allows you to minimize the number and impact of these surprises. A comprehensive risk management plan allows you to improve your construction processes and thereby gain a competitive advantage. It increases the probability of project success, most importantly profitability.
What are the potential impacts of not having a Risk Management Plan and Process in place? Consider the
Cost of not meeting a commitment
Embarrassment to the company and loss of good will in the marketplace due to not meeting a commitment
The appearance of not knowing what you are doing to a customer. This can decrease the customer’s trust in you and create openings for your competition.
On the other hand, the positive impact of effective risk management is
fewer deficiencies and
a competitive advantage.
Risk Management is a tool to prevent problems from occurring or escalating and facilitates a focus on the right results the first time.
Every project plan, every estimate, carries embedded within it elements of risk. Risk is uncertainty. To address this uncertainty, we use expert estimators, past experience and best guesses. MS Project and most project management tools record these best estiates. But what really happens, as every project manager knows, is not always what is on the project plan. The best estimates are often just estimates. Risk Management is a vehicle for looking at the uncertainty in these estimates, measuring it, examining the consequences and deciding what to do about them. It is the next step in PROACTIVE Project Management.
“It’s what you don’t anticipate that comes back to bite you.”
update your #ProjectManagement, Scheduling, Cost Control and change management http://ow.ly/DWVw307cFks from these sessions:
MS Project #Ottawa 16-Jan-2017
Risk Management #Ottawa 18-Jan-2017
MS Project #Toronto 19-Jan-2017
MS Project #Winnipeg 23-Jan-2017
Risk Management #Markham 23-Jan-2017
MS Project #GrandePrairie 25-Jan-2017
MS Project #Regina 30-Jan-2017