Department: Portfolio of Master Programmes in Project Management
Module Description: The module is designed to equip students with an advanced knowledge of the risk management process; by exploring strategic and tactical issues associated with the implementation of effective risk management practices, students should develop the appropriate skills to appreciate the key processes and decision stages at corporate and project level.. Students taking this module will be able:
To identify and critically evaluate the theoretical and practical concepts of risk and value within the context of engineering project management
To critically evaluate the framework within which project participants can operate appropriate risk and value management strategies.
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Smith, N. J. (2003). Appraisal, risk and uncertainty. London: Thomas Telford.
Smith, N.J. (2014). Managing risks in construction projects. 3rd edn. London: Blackwell Science.