As a project manager, you know that complicated projects are inherently risky business. Between time constraints, technical challenges, and resource difficulties, things that can go wrong often dowhich is why one of the most important parts of your job is considering the possible risks involved at every point in the process.
Fully updated and consistent with the very latest Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), Identifying and Managing Project Risk takes you through every phase of a project, helping you guard against failure by improving and increasing your risk analysis capabilities.
The book outlines proven methods for project risk planning, drawing on real world situations and hundreds of examplesincluding what many once considered a truly impossible project, the Panama Canalto demonstrate key ideas in the risk management process. Youll learn how to use high level risk assessment tools, implement a complete system for monitoring and controlling projects, and properly document every possible consideration. The book contains sections on the different types of risk to consider when planning; how to identify key issues associated with project metrics; activity sequencing; Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); analysis of scale; and cost estimating and budgeting.
This book outlines the essential concepts involved in project risk planning and provides indispensable details and advice on topics such as:
- The benefits and uses of risk data
- Setting limits and defining deliverables
- Procurement planning and source selection
- Constraint management and risk discovery
- Quantitative and qualitative analysis
- Project simulation and modeling
- And much more
- Additional Information
ISBN 978-0814413401 Publication Date Feb-09 Author Tom Kendrick Format Hardcover Page Count 360 Manufacturer AMACOM/American Management Association