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Nov 2007 - To quant or not to quant

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), November 2007, page 30

Explores the problems, prerequisites and benefits of using quantitative risk analysis.

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Oct 2007 - The three tenses of risk identification

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), October 2007, page 18

Exploring three types of risk identification techniques: reviewing the past, assessing the present, and predicting the future.

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Sept 2007 - Exploring patterns of risk exposure

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), September 2007, pages 28-30

Using hierarchical frameworks to understand risk (including the new Risk Impact Breakdown Structure, RiBS).

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Aug 2007 - Risk management: The longer view forward

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), August 2007, page 44

Surveying the risk management futurescape: three possible futures.

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July 2007 - Risk management: The long view back

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), July 2007, page 14

Tracing the history of risk management through the ages.

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June 2007 - The benefits of managing risk

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), June 2007, page 15

This second part of a risk management cost-benefit analysis outlines the multiple benefits available. (Part 1 in May 2007)

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May 2007 - The cost of managing risk

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), May 2007, page 30

The first part of a cost-benefit analysis to calculate ROI for risk management. (Part 2 in June 2007)

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May 2007 - Understanding risk exposure using multiple hierarchies

Proceedings of the PMI Global Congress 2007 EMEA, presented in Budapest, Hungary, 15 May 2007

Find patterns of risk exposure and assess overall project risk by mapping risks to project frameworks (WBS, OBS, CBS) and risk frameworks (RBS, RiBS). [Introduces the new Risk Impact Breakdown Structure (RiBS).]

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April 2007 - Get the frogs off the log

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), April 2007, page 17

How to ensure that risk responses are implemented.

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March 2007 - Yes but will it work?

Project Manager Today Magazine (ISSN 1366-6851), March 2007, pages 14-15

Seven tests for effective risk responses.

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