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Responding to Project Risks is a Course

Responding to Project Risks


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Full course description




3-4 Hours






What you'll learn:

Learn about the classic strategies for responding to project risks.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, successful learners will be able to:

  • Describe the classic strategies for responding to project risks
  • Describe some example risks and explain which of the classic risk responses could be used to reduce those risks in an effective project risk management plan

What you'll do:

View lecture videos, annotate accompanying book chapters, complete activities and submit the final quiz.

Who this course is designed for:

Anyone interested in learning about Project Risk Management.

Required Materials:

Perusall access to the following:

  • Teller, J., Kock, A., & Gemünden, H. G. (2014). Risk management in project portfolios is more than managing project risks: A contingency perspective on risk management. Project Management Journal, 45(4). pp. 67-80. doi: 10.1002/pmj.21431
  • Bissonette, M. M. (2016). Project risk management: A practical implementation approach. Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute.
  • A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK guide). (6th ed.). (2018). Project Management Institute.


Meet the instructor

Matthew Rodgers - Instructor

Matthew Rodgers is an Instructor for Leadership and Interdisciplinary Studies at Arizona State University. His academic interests are varied and include South American literature, contemporary film studies, postmodernism, organizational studies and leadership, and design. In his free time, he enjoys building websites, Jack Russell Terriers, and creating engaging learning environments. He also likes talking to students. Reach out to him anytime via @profrodgers on Twitter.

Jennifer Chandler - Senior Lecturer

Jennifer L. S. Chandler, Ph.D. is a Lecturer at Arizona State University who teaches in the Organizational Leadership Program in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. Before joining ASU, she led projects, taught project management, trained project managers, and evaluated Project Management Programs for over 20 years working with international corporations, federal agencies, and national professional associations. She currently researches leadership practices among scientists and engineering teams who tackle global sustainability challenges.