'Coconut island' risk workshop presentations
Posted by APM on 4th Apr 2014
On Tuesday 1st April at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, some of the Wessex branch's membership and the region's project managers found themselves 'adrift' on the imaginery 'Coconut island'.
A panel of experts, led by The Risk Doctor, David Hillson, led delegates through some scenarios covering different industries (such as construction or IT) and how risk can be identified and dealt with in projects.
Following from this very well-attended afternoon workshop on risk, please see the David Hillson's presentation below:
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