Enterprise Risk Management

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Duration: 2 Days

Prerequisites: None.

Credits: This course qualifies for 16 Professional Development Units (PDUs) for both PMP and PMI-RMP credential holders under Project Management Institute (PMI) Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program Category A.

Formal Examination: PMI-RMP

Course Overview

Good Management Practices Through Practical Risk Management

Risk Management is essential for any good management practice. Managers are often under pressure to make decisions and deliver projects on accelerated schedules, and to incorporate new technologies and innovations to stay ahead of the competition. To minimize the possibility of making the wrong decisions, managers should evaluate every decision made and what impact it has on the organization and/or project stakeholders.

This program introduces a well-proven and practical framework for risk management, all in compliance with the ISO 31000 Enterprise Risk Management principles and generic guidelines. It is also aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) global standard ‘Practice Standard for Project Risk Management’.

Combined with subject matter discussions, participants will be organized in simulated project teams to work on real life case studies. The teams will apply a set of practical tools and techniques to develop complete risk management planning deliverables.

Participants will be empowered with a set of risk management tools, techniques, and practical skills to immediately contribute to their crucial projects on site and back at the office.

Training Benefits

At the end of this action-based workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain risk-related concepts, terms, and principles.
  2. Use a proven and practical risk management framework aligned to industry best practices
  3. Describe how to manage project risk throughout project life cycle by assessing and identifing risks, mitigating threats and capitalizing on opportunities
  4. Plan contingency strategies, devise fallback plans, identify triggers or early warning signs.
  5. Monitor and report on risk statues, perform risk re-assessment and audits.
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