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Enterprise Risk Management, or ERM, has become the standard for organizations where managing risk is critical to success. Although the term ERM is relatively new, the principles it espouses have been around for a long time. This article examines the alignment between ERM and the PMBOK and suggests aspects of ERM that could improve your risk management efforts. see more Continue Reading
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Every project has potential risks that could cause things to go horribly wrong. You need to be aware what the risks are and have contingency plans to avoid the project being a complete failure. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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Whenever we undertake a project, risk is inevitable, since projects enable change – and whenever you have change, it introduces uncertainty and hence risk. A risk is defined as an uncertain event which should it occur, will have an effect on the project meeting its objectives. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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Project Risk Management How does project risk management differ from any other type of risk management? Well in most regards it doesn’t. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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Founded in LaFayette, Georgia in 1976, Pigeon Mountain Industries (PMI) manufactures life safety rope and related equipment at the headquarters in LaFayette, Georgia. PMI ropes and equipment are used by firefighters, first responders, rescue teams, rope technicians, cavers and climbers worldwide. PMI was founded in 1976 by Steve Hudson, Smokey Caldwell and Richard Schreiber. Steve began cave diving in 1965 Continue Reading
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Project Management Professional (PMP) is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). There are currently 773,840 active PMP certified individuals and 286 chartered chapters across 210 countries and territories worldwide. The exam is based on the PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and the prerequisites are: Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or Continue Reading
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