Category Archives: Risk Management

Synopsis of today’s AM on PM on the project management of film production   We learned a whole lot about all the incredible effort that goes on behind the scenes in producing a film. Bill Edwards, PMP led a fascinating … Continue reading

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The word risk brings fear to the hearts of Project Managers and to the general population. Risk brings to mind bad things and negative responses, especially when you discuss risk in the broad sense as an “enterprise” rather than as … Continue reading

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Everyone knows by now (especially if  you have a PMP/CAPM) that the benefits of risk management in projects are huge. You can gain a lot of money and time if you deal with uncertain project events in a proactive manner. … Continue reading

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We all deal with Risk in all our projects. We have templates, graphs, spread sheets, etc trying as hard as we can to define the risks that our project will face. When I started this article I looked back at … Continue reading

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