Despite utilising the latest Project Management techniques, most large, complex projects and programmes still do not meet their planned objectives either failing to deliver what was promised, sliding their timeframes or exceeding their budget or all three. Project Management techniques and tools are an essential part of delivering change but they are focused on measuring where the project has been and, at best, where it is now.
There is often very little forward view of the obstacles (or risks) that may be encountered in the future, and this is where ultimately all projects fail. Traditional approaches to Project Risk Management have been used in some form for many years to try and attain this forward-looking view. These techniques have had very mixed success.
This training course looks at the latest approaches to managing risk that have proved highly successful in delivering many diverse and challenging projects including the world’s largest bank merger integration programme and the largest IT driven change programme in Europe.
The course presents an end-to-end risk methodology (the ABCD method) that has been shown to work well in major programmes across all business sectors; in particular financial, public sector, automotive, aerospace, pharmaceutical, and many major outsourcing initiatives.
Knowledge Transfer these skills to your organisation.
By evaluating your orgnaisations risks you will be in a position to quantify the outcomes of projects
"The one thing we would do differently is to do a QBC analysis earlier."
"ABCD got us out of our trenches and playing football in no-mans land."