It Could Go Right or It Could Go Wrong, But It Will Go Somewhere.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to manage the construction of the Chunnel Project, the building of the Panama Canal, or the building of a national railway network through the Rocky Mountains? What it must have been like to get up every morning knowing that the spirit of Murphy would create mischief on your projects? It is as sure as the sun will rise in the morning that the universe will reward you with an obstacle and the sponsor will change the scope. Some days, it is just like playing craps.
Personally and professionally, identifying, analyzing and responding to risks are three of the most valuable skills that a project manager brings to any project regardless of size. There is an old saying “those who don’t learn from lessons of others are doomed to repeat the experience”. By inspiring project stakeholders to embrace risk and create innovative solutions, you can become the catalyst for embracing the opportunities that risk presents and perfect the art of failing forward.
Join Sandra and learn that every risk is an opportunity to ensure that creativity and innovation are the watch words rather than doom and gloom.