Richmond SPIN July 8th 2009 Meeting

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Measuring the Risk Management Process


By Peter Baxter, President, Distributive Management

All projects have risks; no matter how hard you try, you can never eliminate all project risk.  The goal of risk management is to develop information that supports informed decision-making throughout the project lifecycle.  A typical risk management process allows managers to quantify the likelihood and impact of program issues.  It is the measurement process that delivers risk-related information needs to managers.

 

This presentation introduces both the risk management process and the measurement process, and details a framework for selecting risk-related measures.  The practical framework provides a simple technique for refining management’s information needs into an actionable measurement process. 

 

Following this technique results in effective measures that provide the information that managers want and ensure that you are not collecting data that no one wants.  During the presentation, Mr. Baxter will demonstrate how three popular risk measures are refined into a measurement process.

 

WHERE: Anthem BCBS –Shenandoah Room

2015 Staples Mill Rd, Richmond, VA

Tel: 804-683-0272 (Raju); 804-307-5722 (Margy)

WHEN: July 8th 2009 

6 to 6:30 Meet and Greet
6:30 to 8:00 - Speaker: Peter Baxter

 

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