Risk Management - Tools for the Journey
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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About the Seminar
Uncertainties are everywhere and they are unavoidable. Learning to “look around corners” is a critical PM skill, but it is a journey not a destination. Fortunately there are many tools and techniques to help you on your way.
This interactive, participatory seminar will help you build a risk management toolbox for your journey. In one day you will be introduced to common, standards-based risk management process frameworks and techniques, you will practice what you have learned using small group case studies and you will leave armed with a practical collection of broadly applicable risk management tips, tricks, and techniques.
Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner
1960 Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA, 22102
8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM - Seminar Begins
4:30 PM - Seminar Ends
(Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch)
$335.00 - Member Registration
$360.00 - Nonmember Registration
Hard SkillsResource Problem Solving
"War stories" in successfully working through severe resource constraintsTools
Specific tips and techniques in the use of PM tools (SW, other)
About the Speakers
Tom Erickson’s career spans 40 years of program and technical management in fields as diverse as software development, communications, business development, test engineering, airfield lighting design, digital control systems and construction management. He holds a B.S. in Electronic Engineering (Circuit Design) from the University of Minnesota and an M.S. in Engineering Management (AI & HF) from George Washington University.
He started his professional career as an Air Force Acquisition, Engineering and Program Management officer and Reservist. Beginning in 1985 he worked for Lockheed Martin in a variety of program and technical management roles. He was one of the first 31 individuals world-wide awarded the PgMP from the Pilot Credential Program. In addition, he is a Registered Professional Engineer (EE, Vermont) and has been a certified Program Leader for Kepner-Tregoe Problem Solving & Decision Making techniques. His research interests include enterprise agility and projects as knowledge transformation.
He has been a PM Tools and M2D2 speaker several times on topics that included “An Introduction to the PgMP Credential”, “Risk Management – 1st Principles”, and “The Serenity Factor in Risk Management”. Most recently he has been engaged in developing and integrating enterprise risk management practices.
About the Educational Seminars
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