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All Blog Posts Tagged 'risk' (5)

Case study: A vote for Project Management

With a standardised project management approach, it was possible for the Spanish company, Indra, to deploy an automated cote-counting system in Norway.

Read the case study at the website of PMI

Added by DPL-RD on September 7, 2012 at 11:46pm — No Comments

London’s Loss? Why Hosting the Olympics Is Bad Business

Article from Time Magazine on the overrun of budgets in the events of the OL. The article also contains commentaries from Danish researcher Bent Flyvbjerg, who is specialised in the management of mega projects.

Read the article here

Added by DPL-RD on August 4, 2012 at 8:06pm — No Comments

Book review: "Olympic Risks"

"Olympic Risks" focuses on the task of governing the Olympic Games. It sheds light upon the risk management of arranging and governing the Olympic Games and the preparations ahead of it.

The book offers a theoretical and empirical analysis of how the Olympic Games are governed, exploring the challenges and pressures of staging the world's largest event and the recent emergence of the formal practice of risk management as a response of decision-makers to the operational demands and…

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Added by DPL-RD on June 18, 2012 at 4:36pm — No Comments

Professor Nassim Taleb: AntiFragility and IT Research

Nassim Taleb, Professor of Risk Engineering at New York University held a speech last week in London on AntiFragility and IT research.

Listen here

Added by DPL-RD on December 16, 2011 at 9:42am — No Comments

How to deal with uncertainty in IS projects - something else than risk management!

Professor Jan Pries-Heje and Sabine Mdsen from Rosklide University have written the article with the following approach: The study is structured around the following research questions: what is uncertainty?, what creates
uncertainty?, and how do you manage uncertainty – individually and in a project group?. The aim is to contribute to the field of IS project management with a framework about uncertainty, which is firmly grounded in empirical data.

Added by Mette Lund on January 23, 2010 at 3:19pm — 2 Comments

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