Event organiser: South Wales and West of England Branch
Wednesday 29th September 2010
6.00pm Registration, networking and refreshments
6.30pm – 8.00pm Presentation
BAWA, 589 Southmead Road, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7RG
|Paul Naybour, MBA, Bsc (Hons), PMP, MAPM, MIET, C. Eng
The traditional approach to risk management of projects, as defined by the APM PRAM guide, is well understood and implemented with varying degrees of complexity by most project management teams. However we still see projects where risks are missed or emerge despite extensive mitigation measures. How can this be the case?
In the case study based workshop, we will examine examples of good and poor risk management with the goal of understanding how we can;
- Identify the “real risk” to the delivery of successful projects
- Put risk management at the heart of the project decision making process
- Avoid the tick box approach to project and business risk
The agenda for the evening is;
1) Opening remarks
2) Review of lessons learned case studies in groups
- Orlyval, Paris, France
- Dartford Third Crossing
- Eden Project Cornwall
The case studies are available for comment, discussion and review on our lessons learned library. If you would like to suggest or nominate any other lesson learned case studies please contact Parallel Project Training
3) Identifying the real risk to project, an enhanced approach to stakeholder engagement
4) Discussion and questions.
The evening is designed to stimulate discussion, debate and controversy. It should be interesting and enjoyable so please come along.
Paul Naybour is well known as an interesting and engaging speaker for APM seminars. Paul is the Business Development Director at the highly innovative APP accredited training provider Parallel Project Training. Before launching Parallel in October 2010 Paul was a Director of PMProfessional Learning. Paul has a experience with a wide range of clients from defence, transportation, construction and IT. Paul is co-author of the Parallel Project APMP study guide.
Download Slides here APM Risk Management Presentation