Risk Management is one of the core skills of project management. And your Risk Register – or Risk Log – is the primary tool you’ll use.
The spread of the Coronavirus infection COVID-19 is now global. It is starting to look like many countries could see massive disruption.
Risk is inherent in the nature of a project. So, that makes project risk management a central part of the project management toolset.
When you are managing a project, risk is always with you. So, Project Risk Management is a fundamental discipline. I’ll introduce you to it in this video.
Risk response strategies are the basic ways to handle project risks. This article examines all the risk strategies, what they mean, and when to use them.
No one wants their project to fail. But, project failure is all too common. And, when your project starts, you barely recognize the possibility of failure.
Shift Happens! Things go wrong. So, as a project manager, you need to be able to manage risks. Here, I offer you 5 Tips for great risk management.
Project Management is a structured discipline. The basics are rigorous and logical. So, in this article, I round-up of all the PM formulas you need to know.
You won’t be able to proceed very far on your project, without making assumptions. So, what is an Assumptions Log?
Issues arise all the time on projects. So, what is Issue Management?