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Practical Project Risk Management, Third Edition by David Hillson and Peter Simon

Practical Project Risk Management, Third Edition

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Practical Project Risk Management, Third Edition by David Hillson and Peter Simon
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Nov 03, 2020 | ISBN 9781523089208

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“At last, a clear, concise, and complete ‘how to’ practitioner’s guide to project risk management. The major concepts are simple and repeatable on all projects. This book provides commonsense risk management in clear, concise writing that everyone can grasp, understand, and implement.”
—Charles W. Bosler Jr., CPCM, Chief Risk Officer, RiskTrak International, USA
“The principles in this book are easily transferable to a practical work environment and add real value to projects and programmes, with a logical and comprehensive methodology. This book is a must-read for any risk management professional!”
—Caitlin McGlone, Project Controls Engineer (Risk), Turner & Townsend, UK
“This book gives real-world advice to project managers and risk practitioners on doing risk management properly. Its rigorous methodology provides practical steps linking everyday actions to the achievement of project objectives, leading to more predictable project results.”
—Clint B. Dietze, PEng, MEng, PMP, Director of Project Services, Tyco Thermal Controls, Canada
“We use the ATOM methodology for projects of different kinds and sizes. This approach has allowed us to reduce our overall risk exposure significantly within a relatively short time, saving money for the company and also allowing our project managers to sleep better.”
—Christof Wessely, Head of PMO and Delivery, Frequentis AG, Austria
“Other books claim to look at risk management from the user’s perspective, but this one achieves it. It is a complete kit for the practitioner. Irrespective of the size or complexity of your project, program, or portfolio, this book covers everything in a very accessible way, with a direct but easy-to-read style.”
—Dr. Brian Atkin, Adjunct Professor, Project Management Academy, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

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