Risk and opportunity 8hours
Integration and control of all activities is described in the competence element Plan and control (Practice 10). Apart from that, the individual has to identify, prioritise and mitigate the main Risk and opportunity (Practice 11) and to assess, and engage with, Stakeholders (Practice 12).
The Risk and opportunity (Practice 11) competence element enable the individual to understand and effectively handle risks and opportunities, including responses and overall strategies.
- Develop and implement a risk management framework.
- Identify risks and opportunities
- Assess the probability and impact of risks and opportunities
- Select strategies and implement response plans to address risks and opportunities
- Evaluate and monitor risks, opportunities and implemented responses
- Identify potential risk management models.
- Develop a risk management framework.
- Ensure that this framework is applied consistently.
Project design 8hours
- Name the sources of risks and opportunities.
- Identify risks and opportunities.
- Record these in the register.
- Carry out a qualitative analysis.
- Carry out a quantitative analysis.
- Use a risk/opportunity decision tree.
- Explain how you can manage risks and opportunities.
- Assess the possible risk responses.
- Develop alternatives.
- Ensure that the necessary people and resources are available.
- Implement and communicate the risk plan.
Chinwi Mgbere is the President of Project Managers Development Association of Nigeria (PMDAN), Member Association of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), Certified Projects Director (IPMA Level A), National First Assessor of the IPMA 4 Level Certification System for the PMDAN Certification Body. He has taught various disciplines at Nazarbayev University School of Engineering
Chinwi Mgbere has more than 24 years of experience including extensive international experience in managing projects, portfolios of projects and programs.
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