Free Webinar (WebEx) in Partnership with
8 Best Practices For Managing Projects with Cost and Schedule Risk (Considerations related to coronavirus disease 2019 - COVID19)
This webinar will help project managers and specialists to perform quantitative risk analyses to save cost and time in project management. Professionals will leverage their skills to analyse project risks on cost and schedule, run and interpret Monte Carlo simulations, identify critical paths and activities, determine the probability of cost-schedule overruns and cost-schedule buffers.
Key Speaker - David Talbot – CEO
David spent 21 years as an RAF officer specialising in logistics and training. He left the forces as a Squadron Leader in 2007 after an exciting career that included numerous operational deployments. On leaving the military David initially worked for Serco, providing the support services for RAF Cranwell and then running a multi-activity contract at RAF Scampton, the home of the Red Arrows.
David took on a new role with TQ Education and Training Ltd (a Pearson company) in 2010, where he specialised in outsourced work based learning business development and operational delivery. The opportunity arose in late 2015 to lead the next phase in the development of CATCH and David took over as Chief Executive on 4 January 2016. CATCH is an industry led partnership that supports the process, energy, engineering and renewables industries. David is enjoying the challenge of engaging with stakeholders within the region, nationally and internationally, and supporting the CATCH members and wider network in supporting the UK’s Industrial Strategy and skills needs.
Dr. Elvis Hernandez-Perdomo (Second Speaker)
Director of OSL Risk Management with over sixteen years of experience in risk management. Formerly a Central Banker's Economist and Senior Executive Consultant/Trainer at Real Options Valuations Inc. He has participated in several international consulting projects in Latin America, Portugal, Spain, U.S., and the UK, from large companies to SMEs.
PhD in Finance (University of Hull UK) and a PhD in Engineering Science, MSc. in Finance and MSc. in Statistics and Operational Research, with consulting/research interests in Risk Management, Corporate Governance, Decision Analysis, Project Management, Corporate Finance, and Real Options; Certified in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM), and with academic articles published in international peer-review journals in reliability systems, central banking, engineering, risk analysis, uncertainty, among other aspects.