...risks which have not been managed ARE the risks we take!
Cedar Grove, NJ (PRWEB) May 13, 2016
Working closely with PMI-NYC (Project Management Institute New York City Chapter), PMO Advisory has recently developed a one day training course in Risk Management that is applicable to business and IT professionals who work on complex projects where proper management of uncertainties are important for project success. Project Managers, Project Team members, Risk Professionals, and Business Professionals – all will benefit from this one day course. The core objective of this workshop is to provide an overview for effective project, program, and portfolio risk management. Participants will learn identify and to manage risk in their organization based on best practices to minimize negativities and maximize benefits. The training also provides a simplified methodology for risk management with a simplified framework of identifying, assessing and managing risk. This course ends with an overview of the PMI Risk Management credential process and some hints on preparing for the exam.
“Risk management is the discipline of managing known unknowns and unknown unknowns. This important function should be performed on all projects, but often professionals are unsure how to do so effectively. Risk Management is an essential component of planning and is vital to the execution of all projects, programs, and portfolios, whether small or large,” states Te Wu, CEO of PMO Advisory. “The central question becomes how can project professionals manage risks effectively, complete projects successfully, and deliver intended goals?”
So why should anyone sign up for this workshop in risk management? The prime directive for project risk management is to minimize unknowns, more commonly called surprises. This is true whether the surprises are positive or negative, known or unknown. In today’s large scale, complex projects, risks occur frequently. When managed poorly, risks can endanger projects, often silently, until the threats materialize. The differences between good and great project managers often lie in their abilities to exploit positive risks (or opportunities) while minimizing negative risks (or threats).
This Risk Management Course sponsored by PMO Advisory will take place on Wednesday May 25, 2016 from 9:00am – 5:00pm at Touro University’s Graduate School of Business, located at 65 Broadway, Suite 2000 in conveniently located downtown New York City. The cost is aggressively priced with discounts for PMI members, and up to 30% off future Risk Management courses. To register, go to http://my.pminyc.org/meetinginfo.php?id=84.
About PMO Advisory
PMO Advisory is a socially minded management advisory and training firm with expertise in business and IT execution, serving as a resource to help enable ideas for organizations. PMO Advisory helps transform business ideas, plans, objectives and vision into reality using a proven, customizable consulting approach. The firm’s advisory team is expert in portfolio, program and project leadership, process improvement, and business transformation. As a training company, the firm is striving to be the most comprehensive project management training firm in the world offering certification training in Portfolio (PfMP®), Program (PgMP®), Project (PMP®, CAPM®, PRINCE2®, and MSP®), Risk (PMI-RMP®), Agile (PMI-ACP®, SCRUM®), Service Management (ITIL® Series), and Project Management Office (PMO) training. For more information, visit PMO Advisory on the web at http://www.pmoadvisory.com.