Effective risk management strategies allow you to identify your project's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. By
planning for unexpected events, you can be ready to respond if they arise. To ensure your project?s success, define how you
will handle potential risks so you can identify, mitigate or avoid problems when you need to do. Successful project
organizations recognize that risk management is important, because achieving a project?s goals depends on planning,
preparation, results and evaluation that contribute to achieving strategic goals. Project risk management practitioners are
seen to provide expertise in the specialised area of assessing and identifying project risks along with plans to mitigate threats
and capitalise on opportunities.
Specialist in Project Management, Program Management, Portfolio Management, Agile Project Management, Project and Program Risk Management, Contract Management and Project and Program Leadership.
Holds a Master of Science degree in Project Management and holds multiple project and program management accreditations (PMP©, PMI-ACP©, PMI-RMP©, PMI-SP© and PgMP©) from the Project Management Institute (PMI©). He has over 23 years of professional experience. During that time, he has led some significant global IT and Infrastructure projects and programs for various industries.
Coupled with his industrial experience, he spends time training and coaching in USA, Middle-East, Africa, Asia and Europe on the topic of project and program management.
Few of the companies he has worked with over the years:
Red Bull, AdidaS, Philips, GlaxoSmithKline, Sony, Heineken, BBC, Seat, Samsung, Fox Sreachlight Studios, SHell, Unilever, Sainsbury's, Cannes Lions.