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Art and Science of the Risk Management (C193-200328P-PDD)

March 28, 2020
8:30 AM EDT - 12:30 PM EDT
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Trinity Hall at The Canadian Coptic Centre
1245 Eglinton Avenue West
Mississauga, ON L5V 2M4
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Art and Science of Risk Management

A methodical, holistic, and collaborative exploration of the Risk Management Life Cycle
as recommended by PMI’s PMBOK Guide (6th Edition).

Registration closing 8:00 P.M. Wednesday March 25, 2020

saturday WORKSHOP

Successful PM Practitioners often describe Risk Management as “Project Management = Risk Management”. Risk Management is a proactive approach that provides an opportunity to provide valuable insight in all other 9 knowledge areas in terms of both the potential risks that may have negative impact on the project objectives, as well as positive opportunities to enhance the project objectives, and be ready for contingencies in cases when the unknown will happen.

The goal would be to revitalize the Risk Management (RM) concepts and walkthrough the RM life cycle using RM Framework (self-developed Template). The important traits of this session would be:

  • 30 hours of hands-on instructional journey into 3 hours interactive session.
  • 25% instructional and 75% hands-on (approximately) interaction to comprehend Risk Management life cycle using a Case Example.
  • Appreciate the importance of the Risk Management, and briefly refresh the RM life-cycle processes as recommended by the PMBOK 6th Edition.
  • Draw valuable lessons from published reports about the project failures.
  • Learn a structured multi-tiered approach that can be used to identify the different types of risks, analyze for effective prioritization and contingency planning, and organize the Risk Management work using the devised template.
  • Explore techniques for effective monitoring and control of identified, and unidentified, risks and opportunities.

    This interactive session would cover all the 3 cornerstones of the PM Talent Triangle as outlined below. The main learning objectives are:
  • Comprehend the importance of project risk management and RM processes,
  • Identify risks, analyze project risks using qualitative and quantitative methods
  • develop effective risk response strategies and plans, and create contingency plans for the prioritized risks
  • Explore tools and techniques to effectively monitor and control project risks

 

SPEAKER - Abdul Naeem Shaikh, Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Eng.; PMP, ITIL, LSSBBP, ASM, SMC, STC, SCAC

Abdul has been a committed educator and practitioner. He has over 15 years of diversified experience in IT, Project Management, and Teaching/Facilitation. He has distinguished academic, and professional, credentials; including Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Computer Science, PMP, ITIL, Agile Scrum Master (ASM), SCRUMstudy Certified Coach (SCT) and Agile Coach (SCAC).

He is, at present, passionately serving as Professor in Project Management (Part-time) at Conestoga College, Kitchener; also served as Assistant Professor at Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada) and Ajman University (Ajman, UAE) for 12 years. He has taught 30+ IT and PM subjects in Canadian, and International, institutes at graduate, undergraduate, and adult levels with diversified learners.

He has also provided consultancy services; managed completion of the projects; formalized the project management, and software development (SDLC), methodologies including all necessary templates and other tools required to enable a strong PM practice under PMO; and managed training/facilitation for Project Managers and Software Developers in: Project Management, Quality and Risk Management, PMP, Agile/Scrum, Software Development methodologies (SDLC), and Business Analysis – this unique experience enables to see the System view of problem for a comprehensive, and collaborative, solution.

He is passionate about continuous learning, drawing lessons to improve, adapting, and sharing knowledge and insights with peers (community) to facilitate success in future endeavors.

Date Saturday, March 28, 2020
Schedule

8:30 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.
9:00 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.

Registration & Breakfast
Presentation

Location

The Trinity Hall at Canadian Coptic Centre, 1245 Eglinton Avenue West, Mississauga.

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Parking  Free
Cost
  PMI Lakeshore Member Non-Member/Others
Registration
(Pay online by Credit Card only)
$43.00 HST $63.00+HST
Payment by Credit Card

On-line using your Visa, MasterCard or Diners Club card before the registration deadline only. No payment will be accepted at the door. Receipts are issued and e-mailed to you at thetime of payment.

Deadline & Cancellation/Refund Policy

Registration and cancellation deadlines are 8:00 P.M. on Wednesday, March 25, 2020. 

Continuing the registration process constitutes acceptance of the PMI Lakeshore Ontraio Chapter's Cancellation/Refund Policy.

Event Photograph Policy

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Program Number

C193-200328-PDD (4 PDUs - Leadership, Activity Type: Course or Training for attending this workshop).


CONTACT

If you have questions or comments on the event please contact the Chapter, by email at [email protected].

Tickets

$43.00 PMI Lakeshore Ontario Chapter Member Registration

$63.00 Guest & Other PMI Members Ticket