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Risk Management – A practitioners Guide


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The paper will discuss the practicalities of applying Risk Management on projects.

Date and Time

17 May 2018 - 18:00-19:30


Glasgow, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Project Control TPN.

About this event


Tony Reid

Many books have been written about Risk Management – all of which are perfectly informative – but the author’s experience has been in project execution, in several industries, and his awareness of the practical nature and time constraints of simply making progress and achieving results has underlined the importance of “just doing it”!!

The paper will discuss the practicalities of applying Risk Management on projects. The paper acknowledges that the huge field of Risk Management is one to be studied at length, and that the complex mathematics involved are vital but the focus of the paper is only on the process of project execution and addressing the pressures which prevail.

It explains what Risk Management is, and the process used to implement it. It goes on to describe who should be involved and why, and what are the common sources of risk. It also discusses the matter of Opportunity, and the benefits to be gained.

It concludes by suggesting a series of “Take-Away Messages” which summarise the key points and might serve usefully as an “aide-memoire” for those involved in the process.


Registration, Buffet and Networking: 18:00

Lecture begins: 18:30

Lecture ends: 19:30

Reasons to attend

A practical approach to making optimum use of Risk Management


Free of charge


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