May 2005 - Understanding Project Risk Exposure Using the Two-Dimensional Risk Breakdown Matrix
Presented by Carlo Rafele, David Hillson and Sabrina Grimaldi. Published in Proceedings of the PMI Global Congress 2005 EMEA, presented in Edinburgh Scotland, 25 May 2005
Expanding the RBS concept to allow multi-level analysis of causes & effects
April 2005 - When is a risk not a risk?
In Project Management Practice (the professional magazine of IPMA), Issue 1, Spring 2005, pages 6-7
The importance of clearly defining risk and distinguishing it from non-risks
Jan 2005 - Understanding and managing risk attitude
David Hillson & Ruth Murray-Webster, presented at SCARR launch conference, Canterbury, UK, 27-28 January 2005.
More complete version of November 2004 paper
Nov 2004 - Understanding and managing risk attitude
David Hillson & Ruth Murray-Webster, presented at 7th Risk Conference, London
Overview of risk attitudes and the use of emotional literacy.
Oct 2004 - Combining Earned Value Management & Risk Management to create synergy
A Risk Doctor Position Paper
More complete version of paper presented at PMI Global Congress 2004 NA
Oct 2004 - Earned Value Management & Risk Management : A practical synergy
Proceedings of the PMI Global Congress 2004 North America, presented in Anaheim USA, 25 October 2004
How to use risk information to improve the EVM baseline & predictions, and how EVM indicators can reveal risk process effectiveness
Oct 2004 - Risk management : The case for including opportunity
APM Yearbook 2004/2005, pages 55-56.
Summary of why and how to include opportunity in the risk process
Sept 2004 - Measuring changes in risk exposure
In “The Measured” Vol 4 Issue 3 (PMI Metrics SIG Newsletter)
Discusses simple metrics to track project risk exposure and proposes a composite measure
April 2004 - Assessing Risk Probability: Alternative Approaches
Proceedings of the PMI Global Congress Europe 2004
Alternative techniques for assessing risk probability in order to remove subjectivity from this vital element of the risk process.
Dec 2003 - A quantitative framework for multi-dimensional risk and opportunity management
Tyson Browning & David Hillson, Texas Christian University, Neely School of Business, Working Paper
Proposes an integrative quantitative framework for risks and opportunities affecting project schedule, cost, technical performance and customer value.
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