Modelling risks and schedules
Posted by APM on 23rd Jul 2010
On the 21st of January 2010 the APM Risk SIG held an event entitled Modelling risks and schedules in Bristol.
Mike Bartlett of BAA spoke about preparing for meaningful cost and schedule risk analysis.
John Holland gave a very entertaining talk entitled It's all about the captain - or is it? which looked at the key drivers to successful risk management of projects.
The final speaker was Tim Warren who asked Are today's issues tomorrows problem?
The presentations from the event can be downloaded below.
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