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Hatch project delivery group implements Predict! to manage risk on $35bn major projects portfolio globally.

Posted 24 November 2014 | 0 Comments

Oxford, 18 November 2014. Hatch, a global engineering, project and construction management company, implements Predict! to manage risk on capital projects and analyse risk information across business units, regions and clients. Implementing Predict! represents a move to support the Hatch... Read More

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Aligning risk to objectives – using Key Performance Indicators

Posted 06 August 2014 | 0 Comments

How often are we advised that we should “identify and manage risk against objectives”? Sounds easy, but how many of us are doing this effectively, especially at the strategic level? Understanding your objectives At the tactical level, objectives are often... Read More

QinetiQ Australia purchases Predict! Risk Management Software

Posted 31 July 2014 | 0 Comments

QinetiQ Australia today announced it has selected an enterprise risk management software tool called Predict! from Risk Decisions to manage risk and opportunities across the business. Alan Woolford, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of QinetiQ Australia, said sound risk management puts... Read More

clinical trials risk management

Why Do Most Clinical Trials Run Late?

Posted 22 April 2014 | 0 Comments

There is widespread agreement across the pharmaceutical industry that the vast majority of trials fail to meet their timeline targets. This article makes the case that a significant part of the answer may lie in the inability of both sponsors... Read More

Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply Chain Risk Management at BAE Systems

Posted 20 April 2014 | 0 Comments

BAE Systems Plc spends more than £10 billion a year with 25,000 suppliers around the world. In this article Keith Roach, Head of Enterprise Risk Management, explains the importance of working with their supply chain partners to manage risk. Supply chain... Read More

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Risk Decisions strengthens its Australia / New Zealand team with two senior appointments

Posted 16 December 2013 | 0 Comments

Sydney, 16 December 2013. Risk Decisions, home of the Predict! risk management software, is delighted to confirm the appointment of two senior agents for Australia and New Zealand. Wayne Rudland MEngSc, BE(Mech), FIE Aust, has over 30 years project and... Read More

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Gold standard: Institute of Risk Management publication ranks Risk Decisions’ Predict! at top of risk management software maturity curve.

Posted 15 October 2013 | 0 Comments

The survey, published in Risk Management Professional, the IRM’s official magazine, takes a look at risk software from an ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) perspective. The survey’s aim is to help risk professionals align their organisation with an appropriate provider. Risk... Read More

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The benefits of managing risk across multiple projects

Posted 22 April 2013 | 0 Comments

When managing a program or portfolio of multiple projects, risks have to be managed at a level appropriate for each individual project. With the right organisational structure and software in place, you can also view, monitor and manage risks across... Read More

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Improving Project and Business Confidence

Posted 22 April 2012 | 0 Comments

Monte Carlo simulation uses repeated random sampling to calculate results about physical and mathematical systems. It uses uncertainty in its inputs to generate a range of possible outcomes, which are then reported as results with a degree of mathematical confidence. The method... Read More

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Interfacing Earned Value and Risk Management

Posted 22 April 2012 | 0 Comments

Sound risk management process and robust earned value management (EVM) application each offer the opportunity to improve project control and provide the project manager with reliable information on which to base proactive management decisions. All too often the disciplines are... Read More

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