Advanced Project Risk Management for Capital Investment Projects
Venue: Abu Dhabi
|Event Date/Time: Sep 26, 2011||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2011|
The collective problem of capital investment projects is a failure of corporate governance and too many boards are failing to execute their duties responsibly, both collectively and individually. The stakeholderâ€™s ultimate defense against the implications of uncertainty is the enterprise architecture, business models and the structure of governance and their capabilities of coping with dynamics of change and the complexities of risk management.
Join us today to:
BENCHMARK project risk and opportunity management tools and techniques.
DEVELOP a successful risk assessment matrix.
OBTAIN a comprehensive understanding of when and how to use risks methodologies during a project life cycle.
IMPLEMENT effective and successful Risk Frameworks & Models that work for your organisation.
GAIN INSIGHTS into practical knowledge on the implementation of project risk management.
EXAMINE quantitative and qualitative risks in project schedules.
DISCOVER how to measure value creation of risk and opportunity management.
MASTER Value Chain Assessment in risk management.
About your Course Facilitator:
Your Course Facilitator, with more than 30 years of international experience in the energy and industrial developments sector, has consulted and worked on numerous risk management projects around the world. He is a well-know keynote speaker on risk processes in the European continent and has been regularly featured in conferences and talks. Currently based in Europe, he spends most of his time travelling around the world to provide consultancy services to his clients.
Before his consulting experience, he has held Director positions in the areas of management services, process simulation, predictive control and risk analysis, in the area of oil and gas. The hands-on projects that he has personally worked on ranges from onshore plants (oil and gas), aluminium, ammonium nitrate, offsite and utilities, offshore platforms and pipelines. The size of the capital investment projects engaged is in the range of USD 200 Million to USD 130 Billion.
His worldwide clients include: ExxonMobil, Total, Statoil, ConocoPhillips, Shell, Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Norwegian Ministry of Oil & Gas, Elf, Hydro Oil & Gas, ENI, and many more...
Free takeaway on a CD which include: Global risk outlook 2011, Risk standards and guidelines, A collection of critical papers on risk management, Methodology for introducing qualitative risks onto project schedule, Summary of a real time system on internet for corporate and project risk management.
Who Should Attend: Senior and Middle Management of Project Management, Risk Management, Cost Management.
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