Dive into the forefront of project management research with this exclusive workshop, offering attendees a privileged glimpse into the upcoming book, “How to Measure Anything in Project Management.” In collaboration with Oxford Global Projects, renowned author Doug Hubbard is delving deep into the intricacies of project measurements, with a special focus on project risks.
This session promises a comprehensive analysis of data from a staggering 10,000+ real-world projects, shedding light on prevalent risks and offering actionable strategies for their mitigation. Attendees will be equipped with cutting-edge methods to measure a diverse range of project risks. From uncovering the often overlooked risks associated with project complexity to understanding the genuine financial implications of scope creep, this workshop covers it all. Moreover, we’ll introduce pivotal measurements that serve as indicators, guiding when it’s time to implement project interventions and explore alternative options.
For professionals striving for excellence in project management, this workshop is a golden opportunity. Not only will you gain insights from a yet-to-be-published book, but you’ll also acquire tools and techniques to elevate your project risk management strategies. Join us and be among the first to harness these innovative methodologies for project success!
About the speaker
Douglas Hubbard, Founder/President, Hubbard Decision Research. Doug Hubbard founded the uniquely powerful and proven Applied Information Economics (AIE) method. He is an entrepreneur, an accomplished consultant and an author of five books. Mr. Hubbard has transformed Risk Management into a competitive advantage for his clients across the globe.