Project Risk Management

A Proactive Approach

Paul S. Royer (Author)

Publication date: 10/01/2001

Project Risk Management
You don't need sophisticated statistical analysis or software to improve the probability of project success. This book offers a proactive project management process for managing project risk from project initiation through planning, execution, control and closure. In addition, you'll apply a new technique for program risk auditing that lets you explore risk in multiple related projects. You'll learn how to uncover hidden risk during the planning phase and how to track and manage it throughout the project. You'll also learn to enhance project value by building a risk management repository to support ongoing knowledge transfer.

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You don't need sophisticated statistical analysis or software to improve the probability of project success. This book offers a proactive project management process for managing project risk from project initiation through planning, execution, control and closure. In addition, you'll apply a new technique for program risk auditing that lets you explore risk in multiple related projects. You'll learn how to uncover hidden risk during the planning phase and how to track and manage it throughout the project. You'll also learn to enhance project value by building a risk management repository to support ongoing knowledge transfer.
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