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Jul 15, 2013


Perhaps the most misunderstood of the project management disciplines, project risk management is simple to master and is one of the most powerful tools for both novice and advanced project managers.

Whatever concerns your project may offer: political, technical, resource or inexperienced team, project risk management can reduce or eliminate them.

You'll learn how to use risk management to:
•manage stakeholder expectations
•retain resources
•control scope
•manage clients
•maintain project schedules

Offering a simplified methodology, this book offers pragmatic and easy-to-understand techniques, tools, methods, forms and checklists for managing risks. You’ll find step-by-step instructions for applying Nominal Group Technique, Delphi Technique, Brainstorming Light and other methods to help you manage your project risks.

Finally, you’ll see how to use the cause-effect relationship of risks to manage high-level stakeholders, senior management and clients.

Lançado em:
Jul 15, 2013

Sobre o autor

Michael Bender has over 30 years experience in law enforcement and training. He is an internationally recognized speaker in the area of illegal street racing related crime and advanced auto theft investigation. He has worked with and trained numerous task forces across the country from an operational standpoint as well as an educator. He created VINtrack.com software and the Fast and the Fraudulent educational training series. Unable to keep up with the demand to speak regarding this subject, Michael Bender has compiled everything he currently teaches into one single expanded resource. Prior comments about his instruction in this area include the following: "Most informative class I’ve attended in 5 years of auto theft investigation"; "We've been sharing nothing but complimentary remarks all around the office about how informative and enlightening your presentation was yesterday on the racing problem. You put on an excellent class with tons of new and useful information. Thank you very much for taking the time to be with us; and even more thanks for your efforts to make a difference" To read more about Michael Bender in the New York Times go to: http://vintrack.com/New_York_Times_Article.htm

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  • So, a risk is an event that has a probability of occurrence between 0% and 100% that will have an effect on one of my project baselines.

  • If the risk event occurs, it will affect at least one of the project objectives, specifically: time, cost and scope.

  • TriggersA trigger is an event that either signals a risk’s occurrence or warns us it may occur or will occur.

  • Impact is the degree that our project changes if the risk occurs.

  • Positive risks we call opportunities and negative risks we call threats.

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Project Risk Management - Michael Bender

The Project Management Mini-Series

Project Risk Management – Simplified!

Michael B Bender

Copyright Michael B Bender 2013

Published by Ally Publishing Group at Smashwords

The Project Management Mini-Series

Project Risk Management - Simplified!

1st Edition: July 2013

2nd Edition: November 2013

Copyright © 2013 Michael B Bender. All rights reserved.

Published by: Ally Publishing Group, Sugar Grove, IL 60554

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PMI, PMP and PMBOK are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Newtown Square, PA.

Company and product names mentioned herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Printed in the United States of America. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, manual, photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission of the publisher.

ISBN-10: 1-940441-01-3

ISBN-13: 978-1-940441-01-6


To my mother, for all her love, support and wisdom throughout the years … one of the last of the Great Generation!


About the Series

I specifically designed the Project Management Mini-Series for busy project managers. Project management is a vast topic. While no particular aspect of project management is difficult, mastering all the necessary skills to make a project successful just takes time.

You’ll face many issues in your journey to master the discipline; some you’ll handle nicely, but some will involve skills that may be new to you. You’ll want professional-level answers to specific project management questions quickly. I designed the Project Management Mini-Series for just such occasions.

The books are short, inexpensive, written for professional project managers and designed to be easy-to-read. They get to the point, demonstrate how to apply the skill, they offer tools and techniques and then allow you to get on your way.

The series is not just for new project managers. I include three levels of books, color-coding the levels for quick recognition:

- Simplified! (Hunter Green) for new or novice project managers

- Skilled (Royal Blue) for novice to moderate skill levels

- Advanced (Gold) for more advanced techniques

Some key features I included in the books:

· Templates, forms, charts and checklists with descriptions on how to use them.

· You can download electronic copies of the templates and forms on my company’s web site: www.AllyBusiness.com/PMTools/, adjust them for your own style and use them.

· Tricks of the Trade is a section I include in each book. This section offers specific techniques I and many of my colleagues used to accomplish the goals and tasks involved in the topic.

I hope you find the series useful. Please feel free to e-mail me with comments and suggestions. I set up a special e-mail address for this series: PM-Mini-Series@AllyBusiness.com.

About the Book

Project risk management is one of the most misunderstood of the project management disciplines. Perhaps it’s because we’re not comfortable thinking about the bad things that can happen; or perhaps the reason is the concepts are new to us; or maybe it’s the constant bombardment from higher-level

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