Month: January 2018

Νέα διπλή επιτυχία στις εξετάσεις του Risk Management μέσα σε 5 ημέρες!!! Συγχαρητήρια στον Μιχάλη και την Έφη!!!

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Θερμά συγχαρητήρια στον Μιχάλη και την Έφη, οι οποίοι την προηγούμενη εβδομάδα ολοκλήρωσαν με επιτυχία την προσπάθεια τους για απόκτηση της πιστοποίησης Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) και μάλιστα με εξαιρετική βαθμολογία!!

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Αμφότεροι είχαν παρακολουθήσει το 10 εξ αποστάσεως σεμινάριο Risk Management της Human Asset τον Νοέμβριο 2017 και μπορείτε να διαβάσετε εδώ 10 εξ αποστάσεως σεμινάριο  σχετικά σχόλια ενώ μετά τις επιτυχίες τους δήλωσαν:

Michael Bozoudis, AeroEng, MBA, MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP:

       ” This RMP exam outcome is much owed to our instructor, Mr. Athanasios Fourtounas, who provided continuous support, hints, advise, and encouragement till the very last minute of the exam preparation; also to my classmates, whose questions and comments during the seminars where a catalyst”

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Effie Papadopoulou, Bsc, MBA, PMI-RMP:

         ” I want to dedicate my success to my instructor Mr. Athanasios Fourtounas, as this task would have been a lot harder without his support and guidance throughout my RMP preparation and let everyone know dedication, vision and hard work towards a goal always pays off”

Θερμά συγχαρητήρια Μιχάλη και Έφη!

Πολλοί υποψήφιοι επιλέγουν τον εξ αποστάσεως τρόπο παρακολούθησης που υλοποιείται σε προκαθορισμένες συναντήσεις μεταξύ εκπαιδευτή και εκπαιδευομένων διότι αριθμεί πολλά οφέλη όπως η ελεύθερη επιλογή χώρου εκπαίδευσης από τον καθένα, η αποφυγή χρόνου και εξόδων μετακίνησης κ. α.

Το πρόγραμμα υποστηρίζεται μέσω:

  • Πλατφόρμα σύγχρονης τηλεκπαίδευσης για τις εκπαιδευτικές συνεδρίες
  • Πλατφόρμα ασύγχρονης τηλεκπαίδευσης για ερωτηματολόγια, ασκήσεις και forum.
  • Εκπαιδευτικό υλικό και σημειώσεις σε ηλεκτρονική μορφή.

Επόμενο σεμινάριο Risk Management βάση του PMBOK 6th Edition στις 19 Απριλίου 2018!

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Ενημερωθείτε για τα επόμενα προγράμματά μας:

α.  Επικοινωνόντας με τον εισηγητή: Φουρτούνας Αθανάσιος, at.fourtounas@gmail.com, +306946003220

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β. Μέσω του site της Human Asset: http://www.humanasset.gr/

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Διαβάστε εδώ τι είπαν παλιότεροι συμμετέχοντες

Ειδικές τιμές για όσους στον παρελθόν παρακολούθησαν προγράμματά μας!

Η ομάδα έχει αρχίσει να συμπληρώνεται και οι θέσεις είναι περιορισμένες για καλύτερη ποιότητα του προγράμματος. 

Το σεμινάριο προσφέρει 20 PDUs για όσους κατέχουν πιστοποίηση PMP

 Note: “PMI”, “PMP”, and “PMBOK Guide” are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
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The Psychology of Risk

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On September 2017, Mrs Katherine Heires published a great article about ” The Psychology of Risk” in the  Risk Management Magazine

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In her article, she is pointing out many interesting points like:

  •   Every single risk management disaster in the last 15 years, including financial disasters, has had psychological issues at the root. Whether it’s an earthquake, natural catastrophe or a financial disaster, it is often compounded by our psychological imperfections. WebImage-Risk1
  •    How a lack of pre-crisis training and preparation may exacerbate risk and cause unnecessary errors during times of stress and uncertainty.
  •   Pre-crisis training that takes psychological factors into account makes a notable difference. When we are able to rehearse for risks, we develop the kinds of muscle memory to enact a positive response more quickly and efficiently.
  •   Recognizing the importance of psychology in risk training starts with understanding that humans are hardwired to avoid threats in their surroundings at all costs and that the traditional “fight or flight” response is one of the most primal instincts.
  •   13A growing number of psychologists and business continuity advisers favor the use of Risk training, games and crisis simulations—either offline or online—to help retrain the brain to have positive and constructive responses during a crisis.

So enjoy the article in the below link:

The Psychology of Risk

Thank very much Katherine for the knowledge you shared with us.

Ref: http://www.rmmagazine.com/2017/09/01/the-psychology-of-risk/

Uncertainty is the new normal for 2018!

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Leadership_Dallas_uncertaintimes_0.jpgA combination of market volatility, political turmoil and innovative tech has upended the global economic landscape and disrupted long-standing business models. Most C-suite executives believe the magnitude and severity of risks was greater in 2017 than it has been in previous years, according to a report by Protiviti and North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management. You can download the report through this link https://erm.ncsu.edu/library/article/2018-top-risks-report-executive-perspectives-on-top-risks-for-2018

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Board members and executives are concerned about the rapid pace of technological developments and disruptive innovation, according to the results of the sixth annual Executive Perspectives on Top Risks for 2018, conducted by NC State’s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Initiative in partnership with Protiviti. According to this report the Top 5 Risks that are keeping project owners awake at night are:

1. Economic concerns:

Seventy-two percent of executives ranked international and domestic economic conditions as a significant risk, making it the leading concern for 2017.

2. Regulatory changes:

Sixty-six percent of executives rated regulatory change and heightened regulatory scrutiny as having a significant impact on their organizations. For longterm projects that must adhere to specific regulations, these changes can directly impact the cost and viability of project plans. It’s the first time in five years this wasn’t the top concern.

3. Cybersecurity:

Concerns about cyberattacks rank among the top five risks for all sizes of companies surveyed. This is particularly concerning for IT project leaders, who must balance innovation and ease of use with the need for protecting data from security breaches.

4. Speed of innovation:

The rapid rate of innovation is a growing concern: 2017 is the first year this risk has ranked among the top five. This is particularly challenging for
project teams that base their ROI on being first to market with a new innovation.

5. Identity protection:

A spike in data breaches has put privacy and identity theft on the top five list for the second year in a row.

PM Network July 17Moreover, Project Management Institute in “PM NETWORK Magagine” of July 2017, published a very interesting article about Uncertainty in our times:

Article: On the outlook by PMI

Adding more to the above, in a post-Brexit world, companies in the United Kingdom will need to consider new risks across their project portfolios, says John Greenwood, PMP, founder of Grand Unified Consulting in Southampton, England.

business-and-brexit-800x418.pngIf separation from the European Union hinders the availability and mobility of talent from other nations, for instance, that could make it difficult to staff big projects within currently estimated timescales and costs. Plus, new import and export rules could lead to new tariffs and additional time spent clearing customs regulations related to securing or delivering equipment and materials. If you want to explore more about Brexit Risks then download Deloitte Report from the following link:

Deloitte Report about “The Risks and Opportunities of Brexit”

So for me, “Uncertainty is the new normal for 2018!!!!”

Referrences:
a. PM Network magazine, July 2017 by PMI
b. Deloitte Report, The risks and opportunities of BREXIT
c. Risks report by Protiviti and North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management