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TakeCAIR®<br />Better controlled and successful projects <br />
Change management failures confirmed by….<br />KPMG study reveals that 55% of projects that took longer than planned (in o...
Increase the probability of project success<br />High<br />25 – 35%<br />75%+<br />10%<br />Level of project risk<br />Med...
Consultancy (process, people)<br />Organisational level<br />Risk Maturity scan and improvement<br />Risk Training (Awaren...
Change management alsofailsbecause….<br />project/programme/portfolio/risk/line managers pay insufficient and not timely<b...
Extra time to be spend to (un)planned IAD-audits / ORM / SAS70
Excel is hardly used multi-user,  anyplace and anytime
P3-manager mostly is the only owner of the issue/risk log
Not more in control (trust me -  show me – prove me)
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Project Risk Management TakeCAIR

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Project Risk Management TakeCAIR

  1. 1. TakeCAIR®<br />Better controlled and successful projects <br />
  2. 2. Change management failures confirmed by….<br />KPMG study reveals that 55% of projects that took longer than planned (in other words significantly had an overrun of costs and time) barely managed risks<br />Risk management within projects has the lowest maturity level of all project knowledge areas (study of Ibbs and Kwak)<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Increase the probability of project success<br />High<br />25 – 35%<br />75%+<br />10%<br />Level of project risk<br />Medium<br />30 – 40%<br />65 – 75%<br />90%+<br />Low<br />55 – 65%<br />80%+<br />95%+<br />Low<br />Medium<br />High<br />Capability to commission and manage project<br />Source : OGC and KPMG<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Consultancy (process, people)<br />Organisational level<br />Risk Maturity scan and improvement<br />Risk Training (Awareness)<br />Professional staffing<br />Programme/ Project level<br />Project Risk Start Up : Identification and Analysis, Mitigation<br />Project Risk Monitor : Health check, Self-Assessment, Audit, Coaching<br />Project Risk Evaluation : Lessons Learned, Audit<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Change management alsofailsbecause….<br />project/programme/portfolio/risk/line managers pay insufficient and not timely<br />attention to issue and risk management:<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />5<br /><ul><li>Progress/escalation delay because of manual workflow
  6. 6. Extra time to be spend to (un)planned IAD-audits / ORM / SAS70
  7. 7. Excel is hardly used multi-user, anyplace and anytime
  8. 8. P3-manager mostly is the only owner of the issue/risk log
  9. 9. Not more in control (trust me - show me – prove me)
  10. 10. Insufficient risk/issue awareness and learning power in the organisation (lessons learned)
  11. 11. Correlations between Completions of Actions that belong to Issues and Risks (CAIR) are missing
  12. 12. No or limited consolidation, categorisation, (trend) reporting at higher levels
  13. 13. Extra handling costs/time for creating reports and making decisions
  14. 14. Out-dated issue/risk log
  15. 15. Evidence and audit trail is incomplete, not available or is difficult to be found</li></li></ul><li>Project Risk Management software<br />6<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />Instead of a photo (occasionallyand pull) now a movie (continuously and push). No separate Excel per project anymore !<br />
  16. 16. Project Risk Management software…<br />Aggregated and categorised management reportingagainstdeliverables & benefits<br />Internal and externalbenchmark data<br />Onegovernancein organisation(as much as Possiblealigned/ certifiedwith best/common<br />practices as Cobit, Prince2, MSP, M_o_R, PMBoK, Maturity model)<br />Focus onmanagement byexceptionthrough focus on issues and risks (management of the<br />unplannedinstead of the planned)<br />The TakeCAIR software canalsobeused::<br />Byexternal & internalauditors and for<br />Operational Risk Management purposes<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />7<br />3 Subscriptionstypes<br />Basic : only project (25 euro per user per month)<br />Advanced: unlimitedprojects and subprojects (50 euro per user per month)<br />Corporate: unlimited business lines, portfolios, programmes, streams, projects and subproject<br />(65 euro per user per month)<br />
  17. 17. Benefits<br />Betterownership, cooperation, decisionmaking, transparancy and communication, reputation and usingonelanguange<br />More risk awarenessand a betterlearningorganisation<br />More and betterauditableevidenceavailablefore.g SAS70 and (risk and project) maturity model<br />Improved teamwork in valuechain (externalparties) through the use of onecommon platform<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />8<br />Higherprobability of successful and controlledchange management projectswith:<br /><ul><li>More in control: from "Trust me " to "Show me - Prove me”
  18. 18. Less (opportunity) costs (labour, savings, external resources)
  19. 19. Shortertimecycles and time-saving
  20. 20. Higherprofessionalismof project management process, people and theirperformance</li></ul>At the end, byusing the TakeCAIR applicationyouautomaticallypopulate the Key<br />Risk Reference Database, which in return provides youwithinternal and external<br />valuableinformation to set strategy, policy, goals and to make the right decisions.<br />
  21. 21. Next steps<br />Demonstration of the Internet Software (can be done remote and only takes one hour)<br />2. Try it out with a project / programme (easy, quick and low cost setup) : agree on the setup, ½-1 day training in risk / issues management and software, ongoing coaching /support / helpdesk<br />For more information see www.takecair.nl<br />RameshKalpoe<br />Managing Director<br />Ramesh.kalpoe@takecair.nl<br />+31629206157<br />Jan 31th, 2011<br />9<br />

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