Ireland Chapter of PMI

PMI Ireland Webinar: Risk Identification

PMI Ireland Webinar: Risk Identification

Webinar: Risk Identification

In this Webinar, David O'Brien, PMP, will walk through a number of familiar, and not so familiar, tools and techniques the project manager can use to identify risks on a project.

He will provide practical examples on how to avoid the pitfalls of poor risk management and identify how certain tools are useful in different situations. 

You will receive 1 Technical PDU for attending this webinar.  If you are a member of the Ireland Chapter of the PMI, when you register and attend, we will auto register the PDU for you. 

An email invitation with Link to the Webinar Event will be sent to all registrants on March 30th.  

PDU

Event Properties

Event Date 31-Mar-2020 1:00 pm
Event End Date 31-Mar-2020 2:00 pm
Registration Start Date 19-Mar-2020 1:00 pm
Cut off date 30-Mar-2020 1:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Technical PDUs 1
PMI Event Number C1440PN5XC
Location Ireland Chapter Webinar

Speakers

David O'Brien

Senior Project Manager, PMP

With over 20 years experience and with over 20 successful, large scale, high value projects behind him, David O'Brien is a project manager who can deliver. He has done this either by applying the PMBOK® principles to Waterfall projects or utilising the project management skillset to large and small Agile projects. David has worked worldwide either implementing projects or guiding other project manager to do the same as a Director of a PMO. David is a certified PMP, SAFe Practitioner and Scrum Master, as well as holding numerous accreditations from online business courses. He is forever trying to learn sometime new, usually focusing on complimentary Project Management skills from System Thinking to Negotiation to Business Process Optimisation. He favours a 'No Surprises' approach to projects and this is where risk management has become his Super Power, mitigating risks before they impact the project.

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