Risk Management A Clear and Uncomplicated Approach to Business and Project Risk
Here is risk, simply put, with practical stories and cases
Barkley's approach to project risk management includes and enhances the current Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge on risk. Clearly spelling out simplified steps and useable risk matrix format, making risk management a team-based art as well as a science, Project Risk Management shows you why do risk and how to:
* Save time in identifying, categorizing, ranking, and assessing risks
* Integrate contingency plans into the project schedule
* Apply practical templates and formats
* Demystify risk and integrate risk into business and project planning and control
* Link business strategy and business planning to project risk
* Create risk-based schedules using MS Project software PERT analysis tools
* Relate risk to cost control and budget issues
* Shield business projects from risk by addressing risk early and often as part of the project planning and review process
* Pose questions and answers on risk for company education and training
For the business and project professional looking for doable risk methods, there is no better reference than Bruce Barkley's Project Risk Management.
Put it to work to improve your project risk profile today!
Bruce T. Barkley has over 30 years of experience in program and project risk management in both industry and government. The coauthor of a successful book on project management, Customer Driven Project Management: Building Quality into Project Processes, Second Edition, Mr. Barkley has succeeded in making risk management clear and practical in a field that has become highly technical and quantified. Mr. Barkley has consulted in project risk management and serves as faculty member with DeVry University (Keller Graduate School of Management) in the Atlanta area. He is a graduate of Wittenberg University, University of Cincinnati, and the University of Southern California, and has previously taught project management at the University of Maryland University College, and served as a senior executive in several federal agencies. He lives in Atlanta with his wife Cathy of 44 years.