public program

  • Course Delivery Options

    In house and Public Program

    Next public program session: 2 - 4 May 2017

    Do contact us for a proposal for an in house session.

     

    Description

    Implementing Project Risk Management is an advanced course in project management. It aims to provide the participants with a deeper understanding of the importance of and techniques of implementing project risk management practices of any project prior to and during execution of projects.

    This course aims to provide an avenue for participants to learn how to manage real project risks so that projects may be undertaken in a structured manner to enable them to be implemented effectively. It covers all key areas for projects to be completed successfully and participants attending the course will receive 21 PMI approved PDUs.

     

    Course Objectives

    • Definefundamental approaches to project risk management;
    • Identifyproject risk characteristics and risk elements that have to be considered;
    • Listcategories and sources of risks;
    • Recognizethe difference between known and unknown risks;
    • Planfor project risk management;
    • Developa risk register and risk response plan;
    • Recognizethe significance of assumptions in projects;
    • Undertakequalitative and quantitative risk analysis;
    • Evaluaterisk probability and impacts;
    • Developan appropriate project risk response;
    • Undertakemonitoring and controlling of project risks.

     

    Program Outline

    Day 1

    Time

    Activity

    9.00

    Introduction and Overview

    9.05

    Pre Test for Implementing Project Risk Management

    9.15

    Introduction to Project Risk Management

    9.45

    Overview on the duality of project risks

    10.30

    TEA BREAK

    10.45

    Key steps in Project Risk Management

    • Risk Planning;
    • Risk Identification;
    • Risk Analysis;
    • Developing Risk Response; and
    • Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk.

    13.00

    LUNCH

    14.00

    Planning Project Risk Management

    • Risk Register;
    • Risk Breakdown Structure; and
    • Probability and Impact Matrix.

    15.30

    TEA BREAK

    15.45

    Applications Lab for the day based on planning for risks for the case study developed for the client

    16.45

    Overview of project management planning

    17.00

    Question and answer and wrap up for Day 1

     

    Day 2

    Time

    Activity

    9.00

    Recap of previous day’s session

    9.15

    Risk Identification and Qualitative Risk Analysis

    9.30

    Risk Identification Tools

    10.30

    TEA BREAK

    10.45

    Differentiating Project Risks and Project’s Risk

    11.30

    Differentiating cause, events and impacts of risks

    12.00

    Determining Risk Probabilities and Risk Impacts

    13.00

    LUNCH

    14.00

    Performing Quantitative Risk Analysis

    14.40

    Decision trees

    15.00

    Expected Monetary Value Analysis

    15.30

    TEA BREAK

    15.45

    Applications Lab for the day based on case study developed for the client

    17.00

    Question and answer and wrap up

     

    Day 3

    Time

    Activity

    9.00

    Recap of previous day’s session

    9.15

    Overview on Risk Response Planning and Risk Monitoring and Control

    9.45

    Residual and Secondary Risk Considerations

    10.15

    Mitigation and Contingency Risk Response Strategies

    10.30

    TEA BREAK

    9.45

    Types of Risk Response Strategies for Negative Risks

    11.15

    Types of Risk Response Strategies for Positive Risks

    13.00

    LUNCH

    14.00

    Differentiating monitoring and controlling project risks

    14.30

    Techniques for monitoring project risks

    15.00

    Techniques for controlling project risks

    15.30

    TEA BREAK

    15.45

    Applications Lab for the day based on case study developed for the client

    16.45

    Post Test

    17.00

    Question and answer and wrap up

     

     

    Key Features

    • HRDF SBL Approved
    • Student Workbook, Process charts & other tools and materials provided
    • Participants earn 21 PDUsin attending the session
    • Conducted by a Certified Training Professional with vast experience

     

    Selected Past Clients

     

     

  • Course Delivery Options

    In house and Public Program

    Next public program session: 6 - 8 July 2020

       

     Project Management Professional (PMP) is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

     

    Being an Agile Certified Practitioner certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® is a testament to expertise within the realm of being able to manage agility. A highly acclaimed and much sought after course, the (PMI-ACP)® designation enables one to be recognized as having knowledge in agile principles and having the skill to apply agile techniques.

    Sharma Management International is an a Global Registered Education Provider for Project Management Institute (PMI)®.

     

    Key Features

    • HRDF SBL KhasClaimable
    • Participants entitled to 21 PMI PDUs
    • Training materials developed by Agile Practitioners and Experts based on the (PMI-ACP)® exam requirements, and approved by (PMI)®
    • Full assistance provided in registering for the (PMI-ACP)® exam
    • Additional revision and exam preparation session

    • Process charts and mind map for all topics

     

    Course Topics

    No.

    Title

    Breakdown

    1

    PMI-ACP® Exam Preparation

     

    2

    Core Agile Concepts

    Overview

    Methodology/Framework

    Agile vs Traditional Project Management

    3

    The Agile Manifesto

    Overview

    Manifesto Values and Principles

    4

    Common Agile Methodology Elements

    Agile Planning

    Iteration Planning and Execution

    5

    Project Initiation

    Project Justification and Metric

    Value Driven Delivery

    Project Vision Statement

    Project Charter

    Identify Stakeholders

    6

    Agile Teams and Team Space

    Scrum Master

    Product Owner

    Team Members

    Trackers and Testers

    Other Roles

    7

    Agile Planning

    Development of Epics and Stories

    Personas

    Product Backlog

    Release Planning

    Parking Lot

    8

    Iterations/Sprints

    Velocity Determination

    Iteration Planning

    Development

    Testing

    Daily Stand-Up Meetings

    Tracking

    9

    Interpersonal Aspects of Agile

    Methodologies

    Soft Skills

    Emotional Intelligence

    10

    Agile Methodologies

     

     

       

     

    This PMI-ACP® Training Course usually be conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

     

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