Topic: Project risk management and IEC 62198

  • Business and project risk management review

    Broadleaf assisted a major professional service business, operating across defence, aerospace and other high technology sectors, to assess its existing risk management practices and identify opportunities to enhance them.

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  • Concessional loan risk assessment

    Broadleaf carried out a risk assessment of a concessional loan offered by the Commonwealth Government. The risk assessment examined the administration and financial performance of the loan. It confirmed the existing controls were well designed and reasonable in the circumstances as well as helping to establish priorities for assurance of the controls during the term of the loan.

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  • Is project management really rocket science?

    Despite its mysterious aura, rocket science is manageable. Given sufficient time and resources, a team of experts can engineer a rocket motor to meet a specified requirement or to establish that it is not feasible. Project management is not rocket science, but it can be just as complicated and it is frequently more complex, which is quite a different matter.

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  • Practical support for effective risk management

    So often it seems, papers and articles about risk management are not written in plain language so that everyone can understand what is required and how they can improve their own approaches. However, Broadleaf has a different view. We try explain concepts from first principles, using simple language and then give proven, practical solutions based on our many years of experience. In addition to written materials our website now offers video presentations that cover the concept of risk, governance reporting under ASX Principle 7, project risk modelling and the debunking of many myths prevalent in risk management.

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  • Broadleaf presents at PMI Australia’s conference

    Grant Purdy and Steve Grey both presented at this week's Project Management Institute conference. They also both participated in the risk management roundtable. Both Grant and Steve emphasised that approaches used to manage risk within projects should be straightforward and consistent with the project management process to be fully relevant and useful.

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  • PMI Australia Conference (Sep 2014)

    Grant Purdy and Stephen Grey will both be presenting at the PMI Australia Conference in Melbourne (8-10 Sep 2014). Grant will also chair a panel on 'Creating value from managing risk in projects'. Stephen will be one of the members of the panel.

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  • Presentation to PMI Melbourne

    Dr Stephen Grey made a presentation on recent developments in quantitative risk analysis to the Melbourne Chapter of the Project Management Institute on 29 April 2014.

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  • PMI webinar on cost contingency analysis

    Dr Stephen Grey explained how flawed methods for assessing contingencies have become entrenched in current practice and how we can now correct this with simpler and more realistic techniques.

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