The Risk Management SIG (RiskSIG) provides forums for the professional exchange of ideas on a myriad of topics related to the management of risk in projects. Experts and practitioners from Public and Private sectors share their knowledge and experience.

The Risk Management SIG is in the forefront of developing concepts and ideas. Members share their "Lessons Learned," practical ideas and real life solutions that you can take back to your organization.

The Risk Management SIG will help you gain valuable new perspectives for implementing risk management in your projects. Professional interchange with experts from various industries will broaden your view of risk management and serve to improve your management of projects. 


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PMI Member registration is $300 until mid-September.
Are you a seasoned project or program manager who faces daunting risks (and has the scars to show for it)? Would you like to learn how to better deal with the uncertainties and challenges in your projects from experienced practitioners and like-minded professionals?
Join us at this year's Symposium.  Over two days of keynotes, presentations, and discussions, you will hear from and connect with leading risk managers from Silicon Valley and beyond.
This year's Symposium will feature four keynote presentations and two tracks of excellent presentations covering:
• Using Agile methods to minimize risk and deliver results
• Risk management in environments of constant change
• Program risk management
• …And much more
Early bird discounts are available through Sept. 13.
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting annual event. 
PMI credential holders can receive up to 14 education-focused PDUs.
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