Risks - Manage them to meet Project Objectives
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USDA Building - use Wing 3 entrance,tell guards you are going to Cafeteria.
12th and Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC, 20250
- 11:30 am: Networking begins
- 12:00 – 1:00 pm: Program
The presentation will start by identifying the learning objectives – risks are unavoidable, risk management is an essential management process, differentiate between project risks, opportunities and issues.
For risk planning, the topic covers translating risk information and defining mitigation strategies such as accept, avoid, transfer, control. For risk control, the speaker will explain that controlling requires carrying out actions previously recorded, and ongoing revaluation of the risks to assess if the mitigation strategy is working or need adjustment or closure.
The speaker will provide examples of the similarities and differences between risks and opportunities. Also, the speaker will provide examples of the differences between project risks and issues. For the session to be interactive, the audience will be asked to come up and share examples of risks, and issues from their environment.
Metro Accessible via Smithsonian Station.
Government ID or Photo ID is required to enter the facility.
About the Speaker
Consultant providing project management support in of project planning, project monitoring and control, and Earned Value Management System. Worked with PrimePM, Deltek, ActioNet and the Federal Government, providing customer support for the implementation of the EVM in compliance with EIA 748 requirements.
IT Project Manager with more than 20 years of experience leading technical teams in a variety of industries and settings. Clients include private and public sector organizations. Experience includes systems integration, custom software development, and ERP package implementation projects. I have a proven track record of delivering results, managing customer expectations, and leading teams for successful project outcomes.
PMP certified; Bachelor of Science, Computer Science and Engineering
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