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Risk Management in Projects

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Your Situation

You are a project manager, subproject leader, ambitious project member or project sales manager and you have basic knowledge and practical experience in general project management. Now you require input to identify risks, opportunities and claim potential of your project in advance so you can manage the project effectively by minimizing risks or using chances.

Your Benefit

In this practical training with facilitated discussions and group works, you will learn how to generate optimal conditions to create a successful risk and claim management in your projects, identify and analyze threats and opportunities using different methods. A case study will be used so you can apply these methods in effective planning and realization, define appropriate measures to minimize risks and perceive opportunities. You will learn how to develop a claim strategy and manage claim situations.


This seminar has been designed in alignment with the standards of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. The trainer is an experienced project manager and has conducted projects in many different business segments.

Content

  • Risk and claim management in projects
  • Definition and differentiation: Risk, Chance, Claim, Change Request
  • Pre-requirements for successful risk and claim management
  • Risk management process, risk and claim management in project organization
  • Risk categories, identification of project risks and claim potential, SWOT analysis
  • Risk analysis and prioritization, various methods for opportunity- and risk analysis
  • Clear and precise contract clauses
  • Definition of a successful claim strategy
  • Proactive measures to avoid, transfer or mitigate risks; risk controlling
  • Handling of claim situations
  • Appropriate formulations and processing of claims

Trainer

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