Project Risk Management is a practical and concise book that outlines a tried and tested approach that has been used successfully on a number of large projects.
A project is never without risks. An unforeseen problem or requirement can delay the whole process, causing havoc for everyone involved.
Risk management is a structured form of risk control that unearths possible bottlenecks early and thus ensures that a project is both better managed and controlled.
Project Risk Management is a practical and concise book that outlines a tried and tested approach that has been used successfully on a number of large projects. The book is broken down into two parts:
Section 1 explores risk analysis and how to control risk;
Section 2 looks at putting these ideas into practice and how risk management can be implemented in different types of project and at different stages;
The book is written by experienced project risk managers and includes detailed case studies (including Euro 2000) which are used to illustrate the theory.
Daniella van Well-Stam has worked in risk analysis and risk management at Twynstra Gudde since 1995. She specializes in risk management primarily on infrastructure projects.
Fianne Lindenaar has worked as a risk analysis specialist since 1997 and at the RISMAN Project Bureau since 1999.
Suzanne van Kinderen is a project management consultant who specialises in risk management on infrastructure and industrial projects.
Bouke van den Bunt has worked in building services at the Dutch Ministry of Public Works in the field of risk analysis and risk management. He has been the Director of the RISMAN Project Bureau since 2000.