If for no other reason than to avert “crisis management” or to comply with government standards or regulations, organizations need to adopt a risk management strategy. One of the best areas for addressing the issue is at the beginning of the software development process. A good risk management program has significant “bottom line” benefits.
You will leave this two-day program with several risk assessment instruments that can be customized to your organization, and you will have a list of the best metrics to use for assessing and managing risks.
Finally, through a combination of class lecture and case study, you should be prepared to address risk management throughout the software development process including requirements and testing and should feel competent to adequately address the need for risk management with senior managers.
- Understanding Risk Assessment and Risk Management
- Defining Risk and Classifying Types of Risk
- Understanding Where Risks Come From
- Incorporating Risk Management into Software Project Management
- Identifying Risks and Communicating about Risks
- Analyzing and Making Decisions on Risk Assessment
- Addressing Risk in Software Testing
- Taking Action and Tracking and Controlling Risks
- Selling the Benefits of Risk Management to Executives and Others
Who Should Attend
Individuals with responsibilities such as:
- QA Analysts
- QA Managers
- IT Managers
- Project Leaders
- Business Analysts
Schedule & Registration
*All listed Canada public training course prices in CAD + applicable taxes. All listed USA public training course prices in USD. Registration prices include course materials, lunch & breaks each day, and a certificate of completion. Hotel and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the attendee.
- Courses are private and personalized. Maximize the effectiveness of the course by tailoring the training to the specific needs and interests of your team. This ensures that the course remains relevant to your team and your unique project needs.
- Per person costs are significantly lower. Save an average of 40% – 60% on per person costs as compared to equivalent public course attendance by eliminating attendee travel costs and associated venue fees.