Projects are becoming ever more popular, along with its failings also becoming more prominent and impactful. For example, the recent tragedies of the Boeing 737 Max crashes are caused by multiple factors, ranging from the reliance on the single sensor as the trigger for the anti-stall mechanism on the Max planes or the undermining of training required for Max operations are just examples of extremely poor project risk management. Other well-known examples of poor risk management include the numerous data breaches in the recent years and horrendously low project success rate in government projects such as

On May 15th, 2019, Dr. Te Wu, our CEO, is addressing this rising concern on the ubiquity of risk in complex projects, the processes of identifying, evaluating, and planning risk response and how risk management credentials enhance the credentials of all project professionals, especially those already possessing PMP. He will focus on the latest development by the Project Management Institute and the new Global Standard of Risk Management for Projects, Programs, and Portfolios and for professionals who are serious about this specialization, he will provide a detailed overview of the Project Management Institute’s Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification. If you are serious about the management of unknowns, especially on complex or high-stake projects then this webinar is definitely for you.

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