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Written by practitioners for practitioners with little or no prior experience, Practical Project Risk Management: The atom Methodology.
He is a popular conference speaker and award-winning author on risk.Read the press release - click here.Click here to read the Contents List.Table of Contents, part I: The Problem The Challenge of Managing Risk Making it Work Active Threat and Opportunity Management - The atom Risk Process Part II: Applying atom to a Typical Project Start at the Beginning (Initiation) Exposing the Challenge (Identification) Understand the Exposure.Click here to read the Book Preface.Practical Project Risk Management: The atom Methodology.Click here to read Chapter One.David is an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI was a founding member of the Risk Management Specific Interest Group, and received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award for his work developing risk management over many years.Click here to download an order form (USA).Edition description: Older Edition, pages: 241, product dimensions:.90(w).10(h).80(d about the Author.
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Published in 2012 by Management Concepts ( m ) (isbn the atom book gives full How to guidelines for implementing atom on your project.In 2012, David Hillson and Peter Simon co-authored Practical Project Risk Management: The atom Methodology (second edition).If you want repair manual for gmc vans to know how to do it, this book tells you how!Click here to download an order form (UK and Europe).Peter Simon, BSc, PMP, fapm, has 30 years of experience as a project management consultant and practitioner across all industries and business sectors.Product Details, iSBN-13:, publisher: Management Concepts, Incorporated, publication date: 04/30/2007.Peter was Chairman of the UK Association for Project Management's (APM) Risk Management Specific Interest Group for four years and is a Fellow of APM, a member of the PMI, and a Visiting Fellow of Cranfield University School of Management.




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