How well do you play the Risk Game with your projects?
Every project has elements of risk within it, dealing with those risks is so much more than just a simple plan. This workshop will cover all recommended risk processes for every kind of project no matter what industry or discipline it is in. The following will be covered: determining how to deal with risks (the plan), then identifying, analyzing, and planning what to do if the risk does occur, as well as implementing individual risk plans and continuous monitoring of project risks. Participants will learn about each risk process, then do activities with a mock project to practice the risk tools and techniques associated with the process.
DATE: Friday, February 28
TIME: 9:00AM – 4:00PM with 1 hour for lunch on your own
LOCATION: UMKC School of Computing and Engineering
Flarsheim Hall, Room 531 (Toyota Executive Education Center)
5100 Rockhill Rd., Kansas City, MO 64110
FEE: $125 regular registration; $99 for alumni registration. Contact Kaity Woody (email@example.com) for your alumni discount code.
DEADLINE: Sign up by Tuesday, February 25.
TARGET AUDIENCE: The workshop is targeted to anyone that deals with every kind of project, in any industry or discipline.
EDUCATION: This class qualifies for 6 hours of education or Professional Development Hours / Units for any certification that deals with risk. i.e. Professional Engineers, Project Management Professional, etc.
MATERIALS: Bring your own pen and notebook if desired