Project Risk Analysis Made Ridiculously Simple

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Imperial College Press, Jan 5, 2017 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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 Project management is the art of analyzing and managing risks. Without risk, there is little need for project management. Project Risk Analysis Made Ridiculously Simple offers a step-by-step guide on how to perform project risk analysis and risk management for a wide range of readers: students, project schedulers not exposed to project risk analysis before, and to project risk experts. With this book, you will learn how to:

Identify and manage risks over the course of a projectPerform qualitative and quantitative risk analysisPerform project risk analysis using Monte Carlo simulationsUse event chain methodology to improve project risk analysisPerform risk analysis of project portfolios.

Easily recognizable real-life stories and projects provide a compelling narrative while imparting valuable information on both the theory and practice of project risk management. You will not only understand why project risk management is important to the success of their projects, but you will also know how it can be implemented in your organization and the appropriate tools to use.

 

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Full of interesting examples that keep you on your toes and just want to make you keep reading! This is a must have book for all project and risk professionals. The book is full of practical illustrations, charts and tables. It's all you need to know about project risk and how to apply it the right way!  

Contents

Part II Quantitative Project Risk Analysis
65
Part III Advanced Quantitative Project Risk Analysis
161
Part IV Portfolio Risk Analysis
199
Conclusions
225
Appendixes
229
References
237
Further Reading
243
Glossary
245
Index
257
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 Lev Virine (Project Decisions, Calgary, Canada), Michael Trumper (Project Decisions, Calgary, Canada)

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