Advancing the State of the Art
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.
RISK ZONE 2014 – European Project Portfolio Risk Summit
October 13-15, 2014
Risk Zone 2014 is the only European conference dealing exclusively with risk management from project to portfolio level. While risk management at project and program level is well established and precisely defined, risk approach at project portfolio level is yet to be formally considered. The summit aims at bridging the gap between project portfolio risk management and global business strategy.
Over 2 days of lessons learnt, experience sharing and strategic thinking, the summit will address 2 streams dedicated to a large audience of professionals in charge of risk management within their organizations. Select the stream that best matches your profile or the one you want to learn from – the summit is made for you to optimize the time you spend out of the office.
- The project / program risk management stream is dedicated to project / program directors and managers eager to deepen their knowledge and understanding of risk management best practices.
- The strategic project risk management stream covers challenges related to the approach of risk management from an organization perspective and how to align it to the global strategy defined by the Board. Board members, C-Level executives, Portfolio directors, strategists and heads of global risk will find here a way to engage into high level exchanges on how to define risk management as a strategic function.
RiskSIG members will receive 15% OFF registration to RISK ZONE 2014. Not a Member? Register now for free.
See "RISK ZONE 2014" under Resources for the discount code.
As part of our ongoing commitment to increase the value of RiskSIG products and services to its members, RiskSIG is excited to announce the following conferences and symposiums. These events are recommended for experienced project risk practitioners as well as anyone wishing to extend their basic understanding of Project Management to include the principles of Risk Management. Join your peers and network with fellow project risk management specialists, reunite with industry colleagues and make new and lasting business relationships. Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn valuable PDUs by participating in the event.
Risk Management Summit 2014 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
October 23-24, 2014
Increase results and the chances of success of your project through project risk management.
Through extensive market research, LatinNEXT and PMI Chapter Rio de Janeiro and RISKSIG, present the Risk Management Summit 2014 conference in Brazil, to take place from 23rd to October 24th, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro / RJ Brazil.
The conference will include two days of intensive discussion and presentations of best practices of large companies, such as Whirlpool, GE Oil & GAS, PETROBRAS and EMBRATEL among others, with a focus on developing effective processes, strategies and skills for risk management in project-programs-portfolios.
RiskSIG members will receive 10% OFF registration to RISK MANAGEMENT SUMMIT 2014
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