What Makes Project Risk Game a Success?
What are the Learning Outcomes?
- How to perform project management in a dynamic and changing scenario, including outside influences, instead of in a static environment.
- To be proactive in risk management.
- How to negotiate project decisions amongst team members.
- To be able to remember and use all of the negative risk strategies (mitigate, avoid, transfer, and accept)
- To be able to remember and use all of the opportunities strategies (exploit, enhance, share, and accept)
- To value, identify and utilize risk triggers.
- To be sensitized to the secondary risks caused by implementing initial strategies.
- To build discipline in the risk communication process.
- To add discipline to the responsibilities of using project risk logs and project issues logs.
- Understand the project management teams responsibilities.
- To analyze impact scores and probabilities.
- To discuss risk tolerances.
- To appreciate strategies that may exist external to the project team (rewarding creative problem solving)
Optionally When You Use the Earned Value Sheet
- To learn about Earned Value (EV) project reporting
- To learn EV terminology
Optionally When You Use the Write-On Risk Cards
- Better preparedness for risk occurance combinations
- Team building based around your real project
Optionally When you Use the Companion Workbook
- Be able to define each of the project management steps.
- How to create a real project management plan.
- Helpful Information for Instructors Using Project Risk
- Way to use the Project Risk Game
- Quiz Questions for the Basic Game Play
|Borrowing Ahead||Using the Status Pad||The Workbook|
|Positive Risks||Laying it Out||Overview|
|Team Defecting||EduCause Session||Barcelona PMI Game Play|