Do you know that your project timeline is realistic and achievable?
- Do you feel like your project was doomed from the start?
- Do you find yourself struggling to make your project fit the timeline?
- Do you have to continually explain to your sponsors why your project is off track?
- Is dealing with project issues making it difficult to find time for your day-to-day activities?
- Is there a of lack buy-in because of unrealistic expectations?
- Are you unsure how to identify areas at risk to your project?
- Are you unsure how to mitigate the areas at risk to your project?
- Are you struggling to keep your projects on track because unplanned risks keep popping up?
Risk-Based Planning workshops take the guesswork out of project planning
Get a reliable timeline
Let’s face it, most of us are too optimistic in our timeline and resource estimates. Our facilitators will guide your group through open discussions that will account for areas at risk so that you can get a realistic and achievable timeline.
Identify critical risks & develop mitigation strategies
When unmitigated risks appear, projects can easily derail. The workshop discussions identify critical risks so that your group can determine how to avoid them or lessen their impact.
Get better team synergy & buy-in
With the help of our facilitators, your team develops their project plan so they’re immediately bought into it. The learning and discovery that goes on in this intensive 2-3 day workshop enables the team dynamics to be developed, too.
You leave with a reasonable, executable plan; they leave with a good understanding of their team’s strengths and risky activities.
Get a risk-based plan for your project
1. Talk with our experts
Schedule an introductory call with one of our facilitators. Tell us about your project and what you’re struggling with.
2. Hold a workshop
Get your key stakeholders in one room so that each person has a voice. Together we’ll help you identify and account for areas at risk to your project, without guessing.
3. Get a risk-based project plan
The risk-based timeline assessment will give you a reliable estimate for your project’s duration and scope, factoring in all of the risks. You will get estimated completion dates and the probability of achieving them.
We have done risk based planning workshops for these types of projects…
- Clinical/Development program
- IT implementation
- New business process(es) roll-out
- GMA & HEOR
- Manufacturing & Product Development
What makes risk-based planning workshops so different?
The Risk-Based Planning framework is different because it teaches your stakeholders to stop overlooking the risks that can delay your project, and instead, see the whole project picture with a reliable timeline that everyone can agree to. Companies have taken the guesswork out of the planning activities by using the Risk-Based Planning framework and methodology. But how can you tell if your project is accounting for all of the risks? The answer is to hire our facilitators to hold a workshop for your organization.
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Stop overlooking risks that can delay your project — get a reliable project plan
You shouldn’t have to continually monitor and adjust resources and money, and explain to sponsors why their project might be off track. You should have experts guide you through the planning process to get a reliable timeline for your project that allows you to focus on your main responsibilities throughout the project.