As we tend to learn the hard way, risk is everywhere! Whether we are involved in one or many projects, our goal is always to reach successful completion, while still maintaining our daily responsibilities. Not an easy task! This workshop introduces tools, techniques, and the way to follow a Six Step Process for successfully managing RISK. The process, supported by CMS, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and PMI®, The Project Management Institute, will lower risk in simple, matrix and cross-functional projects, in a Healthcare Environment and many others.
This module is intended for anyone who has taken Project Planning and Control (The Foundations of Project Management), who wants implement a simple systematic approach to managing risk. Although previous attendance at PP&C is recommended, it is not a prerequisite.
The Six Steps for managing risk are universally accepted. While this workshop provides benefits of learning about the PMI® way, it also follows and presents the applicable CMS methods and templates.
Participants involved with PMI and the Project Management Professional – PMP or Certified Associate in Project Management, CAPM programs are awarded 8 PDUs or “Contact hours” and .8 CEUs. These are also accepted as Continuing Education, CE Hours by HIMSS. Most other Healthcare certification agencies also accept these Continuing Education units.
Instructional methods for this one-day module are lecture, discussion, exercises, and workshops. Reference to the CMS Risk Management Framework, CMS XLC-eXpediter, and inclusion of the PMI® PMBOK Fifth Edition are certainly included and applied to real-world situations. Session also has participant discussions and feedback of on-going project situations and resolutions.