Project Management Advanced Forums
A collaboration between Northeast Ohio Project Management Institute and Baldwin Wallace University that combines expert business experience with practical application.
The Five Traits of Risk Management Excellence
September 30, 2013
Presenter: Carl Pritchard
Carl Pritchard is back in his home state of OHIO! And no surprise, (since he wrote the risk chapter of PMBOK 4 and the Risk Management Memory Jogger) he's talking risk. Carl dives headlong into five traits of risk management that can make all the difference in your practice, and can make you the resident "risk person". He'll examine the need to be:
Concrete – Being a stone wall when it comes to tolerances
Calculating – Leveraging the mathematics only when it makes sense
Considerate – Considering the cross-project, cross-community and cross-organizational
Clairvoyant – Playing the game five steps ahead
Chronicle – Becoming the resident historian
In his engaging style, Carl will bring along a host of stories, weaving in everything from the
Italian cruise ship tragedy to the Titanic as he examines practical ways that you can ensure you're
making the best investments of your time in risk management.
Presenter: Carl Pritchard, is a project management/risk management fixture in the PMI community. He has authored seven books, including his latest, The Risk Management Memory Jogger (Goal/QPC), and is the U.S. correspondent for the British project management magazine, Project Manager Today. For PMBOK® Guide, 4th Edition, he served as the lead chapter author for the risk management chapter. He’s a highly sought-after speaker on the international project management, risk management and motivational speaking circuits and labels himself the "fun guy" of risk management.
8:30 - 10 a.m.
Baldwin Wallace University
Center for Innovation and Growth
$139 NEOPMI Chapter members
$179 non members
Limited seating - 50 maximum - register early