An Introduction to
Risk Management, and the Effects on Your Projects
at DeVry University - North Brunswick, NJ
Saturday - 17 Oct 2015
Earn 4 PDUs
PMINJ Members Only
Who should attend?
- The Practicing Program Manager who runs projects and desires
to become more efficient at managing project risks.
- The PM who is managing complex technical projects where the
overall complexity creates risks that need to be understood to mitigate the
- The Project Manager will gain the confidence and understanding
of Project Risks, identification methods of these risks, and the effects
on the life cycle of their projects by these risks
This course will assist the Practicing Project Manager
understand and utilize the processes contained in the PMBOK© to become
more effective in the managing of project risks and minimizing their impact
on the successful outcome of the project.
The workshop will take the theoretical and practical information contained
in the PMBOK©, the practical of real life examples of risks encountered
in actual projects, to develop an understanding that will increase the overall
knowledge of the Project Manager. By using a real life project as the workshop
test case it will allow the attendees to work collectively to identify the
Risk items and to develop usable mitigation plans that could be utilized
to minimize the impact of the identified risk.
The workshop will take the Risk Management processes as identified in the
PMBOK® and dissect it into PMBOK Process groups: Risk Management planning,
Risk Identification, Risk Analysis, Risk Response planning, Qualitative and
Quantitative Analysis, Risk Monitoring and Control processes. In addition
the tools that will assist the Project Manager in ensuring the project risks
are mitigated or exploited to increase the success of the overall project
will be discussed.
This workshop will take an actual real-life project that would be encountered
in a common Telecommunications Network Infrastructure deployment project
as the class case study. By utilizing a case study it will allow the workshop
attendees to use their understanding of the presented materials as well as
input from the other attendees to analyze the impacts and to develop a risk
mitigation plan for the identified risks.
Management Book of Knowledge, 5th Edition, Project Management Institute,
either printed or soft copy format.
Presentation materials will be available for download
prior to the workshop.
The attendee should have general understanding of project
encountered risks as well as some of the learned responses to deal with them.
Joe LaGanga has been developing training courses for the Information Technology
and Communications field for the past 8 years and is a certified Instructor
with multiple organizations. He is president of his own small business that
performs Project Management for the Small / Medium business market focusing
on network deployments and telecommunications infrastructure improvements,
as well as technical training in various aspects of the Project Management
and Information Technology.
Joe graduated from Cappella University with a Master’s degree in Information
Technology with a Specialization in Project Management and has been involved
in the managing of projects for the past 18 years. He has been a PMP since
2007 and is currently working on a Program Management certification.
End: 1:00 (4 PDUs)
Fees for the Workshop
Registration related questions should be addressed to the Member
Service Center - MemberServices(:@:)pminj.org or 973-763-9552.
No refund if canceled after 10 Oct
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630 U.S. Highway One
North Brunswick, NJ 08902