All projects have risks. But the risks that cause executives the most worry are the risks that no one is thinking about – the unknown factor around your projects and programs.
The worry seems justified. Being unable (or unwilling) to identify or anticipate risks can cause enormous problems. Organizations are failing to realize the value of their projects due to unforeseen risks. Projects are failing, over-budget and behind schedule. Executives, project managers and program managers can lose their budgets and ultimately, their jobs. For thousands of people in corporate and government organizations throughout America, the fear of the unknown is real.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
The new “Managing Project Risk” webinar from Broadsword shows project managers, program managers and executives how to mitigate the risk and eliminate the worry by transforming their fear of the unknown into a successful risk plan.
NEW Webinar: “Everything You Need to Know: Managing Project Risk!”
Date: Friday, January 29, 2016 @ noon EST
Registration: Sign up here
On “Managing Project Risk,” the 8th webinar in our “Everything You Need to Know” Series, you'll discover a better strategy for Managing Project Risk. You’ll understand that the goal is not to eliminate risks entirely, but to minimize the negative impact of risks on the project or program. You’ll learn the secret to integrating the architectural strengths of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) with your organization’s Risk Management approach for better, more predictable result.
Help yourself and your teams improve and change the way you behave, leading to improved performance, stronger products and happier customers. Register for “Managing Project Risk" today.
See you on the webinar!
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Jeff Dalton is a Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, Certified CMMI Instructor, author, and consultant with years of real-world experience with the CMMI in all types of organizations. Jeff has taught thousands of students in CMMI trainings and has received an aggregate satisfaction score of 4.97 out of 5 from his students.
Visit www.broadswordsolutions.com for more information about engineering strategy, performance innovation, software process improvement and running a successful CMMI program.