Risk Management, Not Risky Management

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A risk management technique you can immediately use on your projects


Most projects have a budget and schedule, yet many are delivered late and over budget. Why? The primary reason is risks become issues. Therefore, if we want to improve our project success rate, we can prioritize project risk management practices. Dr. Skulmoski presents a simple risk management technique to quickly develop cost and duration estimates in conditions of uncertainty, like a cybersecurity-threatened business environment with a race to post-quantum cryptography. Risk management is a critical success factor outlined in Greg’s book Shields Up: Cybersecurity Project Management (2022).

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Event takeaways

  • Identify high-impact risks early in the project
  • Develop duration and cost estimates that are risk-informed
  • Learn how to significantly reduce tail-end complexity and risk in projects
  • Learn a new risk identification technique you can immediately use on your projects

 

Who is this event for?

  • Project practitioners who develop budget and activity duration estimates
  • Project leadership who approves budgets and schedules

Price

  • Members: $30
  • Non-members: $50 (including GST)



Speakers

Greg Skulmoski

 

Greg Skulmoski is an award-winning project manager having led critical infrastructure projects in Australia, Middle East, and Canada. Greg’s innovative use of project management tools and processes won the CISO 2017 Middle East Security Award (for risk management in digital transformation projects). Dr. Skulmoski currently teaches risk management and project innovation management at Bond University in the Faculty of Society and Design, in Australia and has written a trilogy of cybersecurity project management books. 

Dr. Skulmoski currently teaches risk management and project innovation management at Bond University in the Faculty of Society and Design, in Australia. Greg’s critically acclaimed book – Shields Up: Cybersecurity Project Management brings together research and practice into a concise guide to cybersecurity projects. Greg and Chris Walker wrote Cybersecurity Training: A Pathway to Readiness (2023). Dr. Skulmoski and Dr. Ashkan Memari are writing Quantum Cybersecurity Program Management (2024 Q4).
 

Thursday, 23 May 2024

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(Australia/Sydney)

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Risk Management, Not Risky Management

Risk Management, Not Risky Management
A risk management technique you can immediately use on your projects

A risk management technique you can immediately use on your projects


Most projects have a budget and schedule, yet many are delivered late and over budget. Why? The primary reason is risks become issues. Therefore, if we want to improve our project success rate, we can prioritize project risk management practices. Dr. Skulmoski presents a simple risk management technique to quickly develop cost and duration estimates in conditions of uncertainty, like a cybersecurity-threatened business environment with a race to post-quantum cryptography. Risk management is a critical success factor outlined in Greg’s book Shields Up: Cybersecurity Project Management (2022).

To register for an AIPM event, you’ll need to login to your AIPM account. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create an account with AIPM before you register.



Event takeaways

  • Identify high-impact risks early in the project
  • Develop duration and cost estimates that are risk-informed
  • Learn how to significantly reduce tail-end complexity and risk in projects
  • Learn a new risk identification technique you can immediately use on your projects

 

Who is this event for?

  • Project practitioners who develop budget and activity duration estimates
  • Project leadership who approves budgets and schedules

Price

  • Members: $30
  • Non-members: $50 (including GST)



Speakers

Greg Skulmoski

 

Greg Skulmoski is an award-winning project manager having led critical infrastructure projects in Australia, Middle East, and Canada. Greg’s innovative use of project management tools and processes won the CISO 2017 Middle East Security Award (for risk management in digital transformation projects). Dr. Skulmoski currently teaches risk management and project innovation management at Bond University in the Faculty of Society and Design, in Australia and has written a trilogy of cybersecurity project management books. 

Dr. Skulmoski currently teaches risk management and project innovation management at Bond University in the Faculty of Society and Design, in Australia. Greg’s critically acclaimed book – Shields Up: Cybersecurity Project Management brings together research and practice into a concise guide to cybersecurity projects. Greg and Chris Walker wrote Cybersecurity Training: A Pathway to Readiness (2023). Dr. Skulmoski and Dr. Ashkan Memari are writing Quantum Cybersecurity Program Management (2024 Q4).
 
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23/05/2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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