Check out our FREE Resources page – Download complimentary business frameworks, PowerPoint templates, whitepapers, and more.

Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting   29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)
$50.00

Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)) Preview Image Log in to unlock full preview.
Arrow   Unlock all 11 preview images:   Login Register

Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting (PowerPoint PPTX)

File Type: 29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX)

$50.00

Add to Cart
  


BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

Immediate digital download upon purchase.
Lifetime document updates included with purchase.
Fully editable & customizable PPTX document.
Trusted by over 10,000+ organizations.

DESCRIPTION

This product (Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting) is a 29-slide PPT PowerPoint presentation (PPTX), which you can download immediately upon purchase.

This document reaches into some of the key disciplines of Project Management and explores the relationship between Risk, Contingency, Tolerance and Exception. It provides methods and matrices by which to identify and assess Risks, then take than assessment into another model by which to estimate various forms of Contingency, beginning with Cost, then onto Timeline (or Duration), then finally into Financial Benefit while acknowledging that other types of Tolerance measures are also commonly used across various types of organizations (e.g. Scope, Quality, etc.). Contingency, what it is, why it's needed, how it might be calculated and tracked is all covered in the document.

Established techniques for identifying Risks are covered, along with the Risk attributes of Probability, Proximity and Impact. A modified form of RAG (Red, Amber, Green) rating is used to illustrate how each matrices work. These colors can of course be adapted to suit organizational preference.

The second part of the document then moves on to explore what happens there is deviation from these Tolerances, explain what an Exception is, now it's capture and relayed up the chain of authority, and how it the deviation might have an impact beyond the project itself. Here, the roles of the Project Manager, the Project Board, and the Funding Body are explained in the context managing Exceptions.

All of the scales used in the matrices and models can be adjusted to suit any size or type of organization.

Throughout the document, a sample project has been used in order to provide some context and illustrate how the models and processes actually work in practice.

Having defined what an Exception is, how it is formalized within an Exception Report, and how it is managed within the confines of the project, the document then goes on to explore the wider impact when a project is just one part of a bigger picture (e.g. part of a large Portfolio).

Got a question about the product? Email us at support@flevy.com or ask the author directly by using the "Ask the Author a Question" form. If you cannot view the preview above this document description, go here to view the large preview instead.

Source: Best Practices in Project Management PowerPoint Slides: Project Management - Contingency & Exception Reporting PowerPoint (PPTX) Presentation, Dartview Consulting


$50.00

Add to Cart
  

OVERVIEW

File Type: PowerPoint pptx (PPTX)
File Size: 421 KB
Number of Slides: 29 (includes cover and all slides)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Additional documents from author: 18

Highly motivated, Business Facing IT Professional with significant experience gained within the Construction, Building Services and Facilities Services sectors. [read more]

Ask the Author a Question

Must be logged in

Did you know?
The average daily rate of a McKinsey consultant is $6,625 (not including expenses). The average price of a Flevy document is $65.




Trusted by over 10,000+ Client Organizations
Since 2012, we have provided best practices to over 10,000 businesses and organizations of all sizes, from startups and small businesses to the Fortune 100, in over 130 countries.
AT&T GE Cisco Intel IBM Coke Dell Toyota HP Nike Samsung Microsoft Astrazeneca JP Morgan KPMG Walgreens Walmart 3M Kaiser Oracle SAP Google E&Y Volvo Bosch Merck Fedex Shell Amgen Eli Lilly Roche AIG Abbott Amazon PwC T-Mobile Broadcom Bayer Pearson Titleist ConEd Pfizer NTT Data Schwab




Read Customer Testimonials





Customers Also Like These Documents

Related Management Topics


Project Management Project Planning Workbook PRINCE2 Gantt Chart Templates Consulting Proposals

Receive our FREE presentation on Operational Excellence

This 50-slide presentation provides a high-level introduction to the 4 Building Blocks of Operational Excellence. Achieving OpEx requires the implementation of a Business Execution System that integrates these 4 building blocks.