Section IChapter 1: Business Level RiskExternal Risk EnvironmentInternal RisksRisk InevitabilityChapter 2: Risk RelationshipsRisk Driven RelationshipsAction Driven RelationshipsManaging RelationshipsChapter 3: Risk ImpactProject Level Risk ImpactProgram Level Risk ImpactPortfolio Level Risk ImpactOrganizational Level Risk ImpactPMO Level Risk ImpactImpact ContainmentChapter 4: Risk Command and ControlUnderstanding Risk ExposureAbility to Withstand RisksRisk Analysis Accuracy and CurrencyAppropriateness of Risk Management ApproachesEffective Command and ControlChapter 5: Creating an Organizational Risk ProfileTheory of the ProfileBuilding a Risk ProfileOwnership of the Organizational Risk ProfileSection IIChapter 6: The Risk Management PartnershipProcess PartnershipPeople PartnershipBeyond RiskOrganizational PartnershipChapter 7: The Organizational Risk Management ProcessThe Constraints HierarchySequencing of Organizational Risk ManagementChapter 8: Process Framework - Risk IdentificationInputsProcess ElementsOutputsChapter 9: Process Framework - Risk AnalysisInputsProcess ElementsOutputsChapter 10: Process Framework - Risk ManagementInputsProcess ElementsOutputsChapter 11: Process Framework - Contingency and Impact AssessmentInputsProcess ElementsOutputsChapter 12: Process Framework - Adjust and RefineVariations From Within Risk ManagementExternally Driven VariationsChapter 13: Portfolio Level Risk ManagementPortfolio Risk Management in ContextThe Scope of Portfolio Risk ManagementResourcing Portfolio Risk ManagementManaging Portfolio Risk ChangesStrategic Portfolio Risk ManagementChapter 14: Program Level Risk ManagementProgram Risk Management in ContextThe Scope of Program Risk ManagementProgram Risk Management DownloadingProgram Risk Management UploadingResourcing Program Risk ManagementProgram Risk Changes and the Impact of the PortfolioThe Impact of Time on Program RiskChapter 15: Impact of Organizational Risk Management on ProjectsProject Risk Management FundamentalsPortfolio and Program Driven ChangePortfolio and Program Generated Risk ManagementProject Generated Portfolio and Program Risk ExposureChapter 16: The Role of the PMOA Note about EPMOs vs. Traditional PMOsPMO Functions Supporting Risk ManagementProcess OwnershipOrganizational CultureEducation and TrainingProcess Audit and ControlRisk AuditProcess ImprovementIndependent FacilitatorExpert GuideSection IIIChapter 17: Overview to ImplementationIt's a Project! Implementing Risk Management Increases RiskCommitment to the WorkNever Lose Sight of the GoalsChapter 18: Organizational AnalysisPortfolio Management MaturityProcess Environment and CultureRisk Management SuccessRisk AwarenessOrganizational Constraints HierarchySelecting ChampionsOrganizational PrioritiesOrganizational NeedsLeveraging the AnalysisChapter 19: Project InitiationThe Right StartChapter 20: Process AnalysisUnderstanding the ScopeUnderstanding the ScaleValidating the ApproachChapter 21: Process DevelopmentDefining the Process Structure FrameworkProcess Creation BasicsDon't Reinvent the WheelFrom Framework to ProcessFinalizing the ProcessChapter 22: Process ImplementationDetermining the Pilot ApproachPilot ImplementationOrganizational Risk Management Pilot IssuesProcess RolloutProject CloseoutChapter 23: Process ImprovementOrganizational Implementation ReviewContinuous ImprovementReview and Implementation ProcessChapter 24: The Impact of TechnologyRisk Management and PPM SoftwareOther Technology Considerations
Andy Jordan is an internationally renowned expert and author in project management and related subjects.
"Risk Management for Project Driven Organizations is an indispensable tool for every project, program, portfolio, and risk manager. It provides a realistic, immediately applicable framework that any enterprise would be wise to adopt for understanding, quantifying, and managing risk at every stage of a project and for every portfolio component." -Lisa Sipe, Chief Information Officer, Global Knowledge Training, LLC; "Whether or not you know it, your relationship with risk needs to change. This book will help you see the many facets of risk for what they are and shape them into predictable results for your business." -Dave Garrett, CEO, ProjectManagement.com