Experience has shown that risk management must be critical to project managers: Unmanaged or unmitigated risks are among the primary causes of project failure. What we know, we plan for—and we are successful more often than not. Without mitigation, however, risks will introduce chaos and failure into an otherwise well-planned and well-managed project. This book addresses the underlying process of successful risk management throughout a project’s lifecycle. It provides practical, tested, proactive risk management techniques for the practicing project manager and risk management awareness for project stakeholders.
Managing a ...