Tag Archives: risk management

Portfolio Risk (and Vulnerability) Management

Introduction As a project manager you are (or you had better be) very aware of project risk.  And you are aware (or you had better be aware) that risk comes to us as positive risk (opportunity) or negative risk (threat). This posting is about something ever-so-slightly different. First of all, it’s not really threat we’ll […]

A crude solution

“A Workaround is a solution to an unanticipated problem. Not to be confused with a contingency, or backup plan, which is conceived in advance, a workaround is a far less elegant solution to the problem. Typically, a workaround is not viewed as something that is designed to be a panacea, or cure-all, but rather as […]

For Earth Day: some videos to ponder

Earth Day is (at least in the US) 22-April of this year. Here at EarthPM we’ve actually found some entertainment and informative value in the following videos produced by physics teacher Greg Craven on climate change. What’s intriguing about these videos is that they speak to familiar project management tools in Risk Management and decision-making […]