Strategies for Project Management in Uncertain Times
Wednesday, March 4, 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
Summary: Risk Management is more than identifying risks. It is reducing the probability and impact of your project risks. Join this interactive session to learn how to deliver projects on time, within budget, within scope, and with customer satisfaction, by using risk management!
You’ve identified your project risks and evaluated their project risk exposure. What’s next? Now get the real value of Risk Management… develop and implement risk response strategies to reduce the likelihood or consequences of your project risks. This interactive session will address how and when to plan for risk response and risk contingency, so you can achieve your project objectives and meet your project constraints.
Risk Management is more than identifying risks. It is reducing the probability and impact of your project risks. Join this interactive session to learn how to deliver projects on time, within budget, within scope, and with customer satisfaction, by using risk management!
This presentation is designed for all project professionals of all levels, and it strives to accomplish three goals:
- Those interested increasing project success by implementation strategies for managing project risk (project uncertainty).
- To be a more knowledgeable project professional.
- Those who are potentially interested in obtaining a Risk Management certification.
Who Will Benefit? : This presentation is designed for a broad range of participants, from the entry-level to the executives. For example:
• Project Managers
• Project team members
• Project professionals who are working in organizations with a significant amount of scope change during projects.
• Project professionals who are using Agile and working virtually.
• Up and coming project professionals who want to sharpen their skills and knowledge of how to use risk management to ensure project success
Outcome: At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:
• Define virtual project.
• Detail the value of virtual teams.
• Develop your virtual Agile project team
• Apply tools to build virtual team trust
Meet the Presenter
Susan Parente (PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, PSM I, CSM, CSPO, CISSP, CRISC, RESILIA, ITIL, GLCP, & MS Eng. Mgmt.)
Susan Parente is a project engineer, consultant, speaker, author, professor, and mentor who leads large complex IT software implementation projects, and the establishment of Enterprise PMOs. She has 24+ years of experience leading software and business development projects in the private and public sectors, including a decade of experience implementing IT projects for the DoD and other federal government agencies. Mrs. Parente has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rochester in NY and a MS in Engineering Management from George Washington University in DC. She has numerous project management, Agile, risk management, and IT Security certifications, including: PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSPO, PSM I, CISSP, RESILIA, CRISC, ITIL, CGLP, and she is a CMMI and ISO 9001 Practitioner.
Mrs. Parente is an Associate Professor at Post University in Waterbury, CT and a Principal Consultant at S3 Technologies, LLC. Her company’s focus on proactively managing risks, while being Agile and adaptive. S3 Technologies does this by teaming with clients, stakeholders and vendors and using Agile practices and risk management to deliver project successes. Mrs. Parente trains and mentors project managers in the areas of traditional and Agile project management, and risk management. She has co-authored books on risk management “Global Hot Spots: How Project and Enterprise Risk Management Practices Drive Business Results Around the World” and Agile, “Hybrid Project Management: Using Agile with Traditional PM Methodologies to Succeed on Modern Projects.