This course addresses the various approaches, philosophies and techniques for effective management of project risk and complexity. Key topics: processes and techniques for risk planning, risk identification, analysis, response planning and control. Additional topics covered include the definition, identification and categorization of complexity; historical approaches to complex projects; a framework for managing projects in various complexity regimes, managing project sponsorship; stakeholder analysis; and communication.
This is a virtual class
. Within 5 days of registration, you will receive an email from the instructor containing links to the virtual classroom. The virtual Classroom is where students log in at the same time each week, and interact with other students and the instructor via a live, web-based feed. You will need a stable internet connection, and will log in at the same time each week and receive live instruction.
For the best experience in a virtual classroom, you will need a laptop, notebook, or PC with:
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- a reliable internet connection
- a built in microphone
for Virtual Classes, from our PM Instructor, Jim O'Donnell.
Questions? Call 541-463-6100