Responding to Project Risk

Responding to Project Risk

Proactively address any project risks by studying these common strategies and how they fit into your work

Updated Aug 28, 2017

We all know that any project has risk. A risk that something unexpected will happen, a risk that planned resources or technology won’t perform as expected, or a risk that changes within the organization dramatically impact the project timeline. Certainly any of these things are possible, and then some. If you’ve spent any time identifying possible risks, which you should, then you probably have a good idea of what might happen throughout the duration of your project. Knowing what could happen puts you in the position to proactively decide what you want to do versus being reactive to unexpected surprises. This course will help you get to know the risk management strategies. There are a few main strategies that can be applied to almost all risk situations. Study these strategies. The better you know each strategy, the better you will be able to apply the right strategy when needed.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).