In every single project, no matter how complex or expensive could be, we determine the project objectives as well those risks that could affect the engagement. A risk is an uncertain event in the future that could affect our project either negatively or positively and is the project manager who should be aware of the project risks since he/she is accountable for delivering the project objectives.

It is important to highlight that risk management is a very powerful tool to increase the probability to have a successful project. In the words of Mark Zuckerberg that is quite relevant these days: “The biggest risk is not taking any risk... In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks”.

In this edition, we offer you an interesting article related to risk management in agile projects along with information on PMI NL board elections, upcoming events, offer from Microsoft to grab an e-book and special fee of €50 only for PMI members when mentioning their membership# for HTPM day event on 8th Nov.