Learn How to Improve Project Efficiency by Effectively Managing Risk
Try as you may, there is no way to avoid taking risks in business, but one can assess risks before decisions are made. Grounded in the processes and practices of the Project Management Institute®, this course will teach project managers how to better analyze and minimize risk in order to maximize opportunities and achieve project goals. In this video preview of our “Things Happen! Managing Project Risks” training program, instructor Claudia Campbell-Matland will introduce the concepts covered in the full course, including a review of the project risk management process. This iterative, lifecycle process includes identifying risk sources and triggers, analyzing the impact level and probability of a risk, planning responses, implementing responses, and monitoring throughout the project. She also shares a qualitative risk analysis template that can be used to document the risk management process, as well as best practices and tips for project managers.
About Claudia Campbell-Matland, Project Management Expert
Claudia Campbell-Matland is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) who loves project management and hopes you will too after taking one of her classes! As a project manager in the medical device industry for over 30 years, she has managed a variety of business-critical projects and programs such as new product development, product acquisitions, functional department integrations and remediation of Quality System/Regulatory audit deficiencies. Claudia makes her classes interactive, with skills learned as a conference speaker and sales / customer trainer, and endeavors to bring PM practices to life with actionable tips from her professional experience. Claudia is also an active volunteer in PMI’s NJ Chapter.
This Managing Project Risks course is just one of the many topics Claudia teaches.
Bring a Customized Version of This Course to Your Team
The risk management process is an essential element of project management and key to project success. Claudia can tailor this training program to the specific needs of any organization in order to help project managers learn how to identify potential risks and determine the actions that can be taken to reduce negative risks and take advantage of positive risks/opportunities.
To find out how to bring this topic and instructor — or any of our other staff training courses — to your facility, please request a free consultation or contact us:
Sharon Gutterman, Senior Program Coordinator