Project risk managers, we want to hear from you: share your insights in Oxford/Hubbard survey

Oxford HDR is reaching out to you, they need your help. Doug Hubbard, Andreas Leed, Alexander Budzier at Oxford Global Projects are on a mission to learn more about how project risks are managed, and your hands-on experience could be the key to unlocking valuable insights.

Why should you take part?

Your day-to-day work in managing risks and steering projects is something they want to understand better. Your real-world experience is vital to them. Here’s what they hope to learn from you:

  • What methods and tools do you use? Your favourite techniques and tools, as well as those that didn’t work for you, can guide others in choosing the right approach for their projects.
  • How do you make decisions? Your decision-making process, whether following a framework or trusting your instincts, can help others make more informed choices.
  • What challenges have you faced, and how did you overcome them? Your stories of overcoming obstacles can teach others how to handle similar challenges.

How long will it take?

The survey authors respect your time, so they’ve designed the survey to be completed in about 15 to 25 minutes. Your participation can significantly contribute to the field of project risk management.

What about privacy?

Your privacy is our priority. Your answers will be kept confidential and used solely for research purposes. Your personal information will remain secure.

Ready to help?

Click here to take the survey

By sharing your knowledge and experience, you’ll help Oxford, HDR and others in the field to better understand project management.

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