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The process of identifying, analyzing and accepting or taking measures to reduce risks is called risk management. Students learn to analyze the potential losses or risks involved with an investment and subsequently take the proper action.
The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.
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A one-day event designed to give you the tools to plan for the next business disaster. [+]
The next natural disaster, IT glitch or terrorist attack could disrupt your business. Just how long could your company survive?
Predictions of a pandemic, devastation from recent hurricanes and tornadoes, employee fraud, computer viruses—no business can afford to discount the potential impact of such unforeseen events. Having an enterprise-wide Business Continuity Plan could mean the difference between recovering from a disruption of business operations and losing the business.
Whether you are part of the leadership team of a small to medium-sized company or senior management of a large corporation—you need to prepare for the next business crisis. And preparation is not just about surviving an IT outage but protecting business facilities, equipment, services, transportation, people, finances and more. A comprehensive continuity plan can put you in control when the next unexpected event threatens your business.... [-]
If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. [+]
We have revamped our Advanced Project Management Course—and now include Project Risk Management. Same great course; just more depth. Project Risk Management filters its way throughout the course, but has one intensive module dedicated to the topic as well.
If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. For maximum course benefit, we strongly recommend that you attend the Developing Project Management Skills or an equivalent course and have at least one-year practical project management experience. Participants should review project management principles prior to attending this course.... [-]
To introduce students to key concepts, skills and techniques needed to manage risk effectively in organizations. A training offering examining the theory and practice of risk management [+]
A training offering examining the theory and practice of risk management.Objectives To introduce students to key concepts, skills and techniques needed to manage risk effectively in organizations.PMBOK Knowledge AreasIntegration Management Scope Management Time Management Cost Management Risk Management
Topics CoveredTypes and sources of risk Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4360:1995 Risk management process (risk identification, impact, planning, control) Creating and using risk checklists Risk impact matrix Statistical roots of risk management Modeling risk Monte Carlo simulations Use of the normal, beta and triangular distributions Decision trees Analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Benefit-cost analysis (reviewing trade-offs) Political risk Overview of risk mitigation strategies Independent verification and validation with risk assessment groups (RAGs) ... [-]
To provide participants with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to weight benefits against cost in making a wide range of project decisions, from prioritizing projects to selecting vendors to deciding how to configure a project solution. [+]
ObjectivesTo provide participants with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to weight benefits against cost in making a wide range of project decisions, from prioritizing projects to selecting vendors to deciding how to configure a project solution. Participants will be exposed to the full range of benefit-cost methodologies, including both quantitative and qualitative approaches.InstructionMethod: Lecture, computer simulation, case studies, class exercises.Materials: Course workbook. Class exercises and case studies are used extensively. Exercises and case studies include: "Selecting a New Information System," "Killing the Project that Would Not Die," "Assessing the Value of the Asianda Fertilizer Plant," "Choosing a Project," "Buying a Computer," "Computing Discounted Cash Flows," and "Measuring Cost Savings." In addition, students create their own benefit-cost problems which they model and resolve using Expert Choice software, which employs the analytical hierarchy process (AHP).PMBOK Knowledge Areas - Integration Management - Scope Management - Time Management - Cost Management - Risk Management Topics Covered- Benefit-cost analysis principles: assessing benefits, assessing costs - Quantitative versus qualitative approaches to benefit-cost analysis - Basic techniques, including: benefit-cost ratios, scoring sheets, gap analysis, Murder Boards, Poor Man's hierarchy, Buss's ranking schema - The role of estimation in effective benefit-cost analysis, including projecting trends, employing reliable and valid data and models - Benefit-cost analysis on internal and non-profit projects: using cost avoidance as a measure of benefits - Computing discounted revenue and cost streams - Pitfalls of benefit-cost analysis - Analytical hierarchy process (AHP) as a significant benefit-cost analysis tool (Students will be supplied... [-]