November 10, 2021 2:00 pm EST/11 am PST
Organizations are expanding the application of traditional risk management to enterprise risk management, aligning each project to the vision, mission, and goals of the organization. As a result, the project managers assess the challenges and opportunities that innovation and market disruption may present at the enterprise level.
This change in organizational behavior helps improve the quality of risk data that project managers communicate to the executive management and promotes a decisive response strategy.
Project managers will learn specific steps they can take to practice and promote this shift. Attend this interactive webinar to gain tangible lessons you can apply within your organization including:
- Understanding Traditional vs. Enterprise Project Risk Management (ERM) and the limitations of traditional risk management
- Holistic approach in risk management and the benefits of ERM in creating business value to gain competitive advantage.
- The role of project managers in successful ERM implementation
Tooran Khosh, P.E., MBA, PMP
Ms. Khosh has established a reputation as an authority on the application of project management in everyday life through her numerous speaking engagements and publications. She presented on numerous project management-related topics nationally and internationally including in the USA, Britain, Canada, and Mexico.
Tooran has extensive project management education and work experience across many industries including Information Technology, Construction, Energy Sector, Finance, Education, and Environmental Management.
As a member of the Enterprise Risk Management team at TXDOT (Texas Dept of Transportation), Tooran promoted ERM across the 25 regions of the state. During the development of Risk Management certification, she served on the Risk Management role delineation study with the PMI Global team, and she was instrumental in the development of the Strategic Maturity Model with the PMI Austin Chapter.
Tooran has been an active member of the PMI Austin Chapter and served on the Board of Directors for Professional Development. She is also an active member of PMTA (Project Management Training Alliance).