|1.||Conceptualise what risk management is and make risk identification an integral component of decision-making in projects;|
|2.||Discern threats and opportunities and conceptually map their relative importance in the project;|
|3.||Critically apply tools and techniques to assess, quantify, qualify, prioritise and document risks;|
|4.||Analyse risks as a part of risk assessment activities and construct a risk management plan; and|
|5.||Critically examine and evaluate the responsibilities of personnel assigned to manage, monitor and control project risks.|
|Assignment||Individual Assignment (1500 words)||20%|
|Project||Group Project (2000 words per student)||30%|
|Presentation||Class Presentation (approx. 10 minutes per student)||10%|
|Examination||Examination (2 hours)||40%|
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 6th ed.
(PMBOK® GUIDE) (2017)
Project Management Institute
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