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Risk Management

A dozen techniques to identify risks

The most difficult task for a project manager is to define the risks and identify threats before they are verified. We propose twelve interesting techniques that you won’t want to miss!

6 Steps to control risk

In this article we will discuss the six steps to controlling risk for risk managers, as broken down in the PMBOK: planning, identification, qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, response planning and monitoring.

Our new risk assessment matrix is online

We have created a new free online tool so you can analyze and share sets of risks in a very simple way. This is the first of a series of tools available at ITM Platform that we will place at your disposal for free.

Keys to becoming a good risk manager

The risk manager is perhaps a position that is not as well recognized as others, however it is essential for the successful development of a company. In this article we discuss what makes a good risk manager and how this can be achieved!

What are the main risks in project management?

When implementing a project, no matter how well planned, knowledge of the scope and context in which the project and the forecasts for the future unfolds, there is always a certain margin for error, which is represented in the risks. Discover more about the main risks associated with Project Management.

Risk Management …The What, the Why and the What to Do

Let’s face it, even if you have the utmost confidence that your project will be a success, there is always the possibility something can go wrong. Wise project managers will identify the project risks in the early stages of the project to give themselves more time to develop a plan on how they can avoid them if they arise.. Discover how to manage risks so that their effect on the project is minimal.

Project risk management fundamentals

Risk can be defined as an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a negative effect on a project’s objectives. We must be able to manage this uncertainty and therefore manage risks proactively and efficiently, not just complain about things...

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