The Impact of Two Way Risk Communications on Project Success
In 2014 the global aviation accident rate was the lowest in the industry’s history, thanks in part to the implementation of active risk management systems known as Safety Management Systems (SMS). Such systems are structured using two way communication methods such as safety and risk awareness, training, and reporting that is incorporated throughout the organization and in all operational areas. As an industry with an infamously high failure rate, can we learn from the successes of the aviation industry?
As part of the University of Wales MBA (Project Management) Program, a research survey is currently being conducted to investigate the relationship between the use of two way communication methods such as awareness, training and reporting in project risk management and rates of project success. The objective is to analyze any demonstrated benefit of such methods in order to form recommendations for the use of industry associations in further development of project risk management guidance.
You are invited to participate in this survey and help drive improvements for the entire project management community. The survey itself should take no longer that 5 minutes to complete and can be accessed on line from the link below. All individual answers will remain confidential and only summaries of combined survey results will be published.
Making the Most of Your Meetings
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- Wednesday, May 13, 2015 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Hawaii Time
- Sunday, May 17, 2015 12 noon - 1:00 pm Hawaii Time
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- Sunday, June 7, 2015 12 noon - 1:00 pm Hawaii Time
Speaker: 2014 PDD* Speaker: Grant Murata, PMP, Project Manager, Kamehameha Schools
Synopsis: Have you been in disastrous meetings? Aimless? Boring? Full of conflict and anger? Have you been in awesome meetings where you accomplished a lot and enjoyed the discussions? What's more challenging about meetings: issues or personalities?
In this session, learn tips on how to maximize your meetings and tips for mitigating the effects of disruptive people. You'll learn some pre-meeting and in-meeting tools and techniques to help make sure you accomplish your goals and have people excited for the next time you get together..
*PDD = Professional Development Day
A PDU earning opportunity!
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TOPIC: Portfolio Management - Part 2 of 2
Facilitator: Larry Rowland Ed.D, PMP
Time: 7am - 8am
Date: Wednesday June 10, 2015
Place: Zippy's Vineyard, 59 N. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96817 Map
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This month's topic:
PMI's Portfolio Management Standard (3rd edition) presents three process groups mapped across five knowledge areas. This month we will investigate the Authorizing and Controlling Process Group and the Aligning Process Group. Both of these processes deal with sustaining portfolios. In addition, we will look at two of the Process Tools and Techniques Groupings, Meeting and Informing, and how they are applied in the portfolio setting.
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