Jon M. Quigley
    Founder, Value Transformation

    Demystifying Risk Management in Project Management

    Many projects fail due to unforeseen risks. This presentation will review the project’s operating environment and the risks to which it may be subjected. The best time to avoid some risks is when stating the scope and selecting the project strategy. We will present risk management as a closed-loop control system and the need to adapt to risks identified and emerging events. For our control system to be effective, it will require metrics and monitoring, which can be challenging. We will help you rise up to meet that challenge.

    Glen B. Alleman MSSM
    Project Manager, Niwot Ridge Consulting LLC

    Principles, Processes, and Practices to Increase the Probability of Program Success

    Program success starts with knowing what Done looks like in units of measure meaningful to the Decision Makers. This starts with a Capabilities Based Plan describing what capabilities are needed to accomplish the Mission or fulfill the Strategy. The Measures of Effectiveness and Measures of Performance of those capabilities. Only then are the technical and operational requirements elicited and with those the planning and scheduling of the project can take place.

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