Auditing Projects: Top Reasons Why Projects Fail - OAG211WEB

Auditing Projects: Top Reasons Why Projects Fail OAG211WEB

Auditing Projects: Top Reasons Why Projects Fail - OAG211WEB
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Upcoming Dates & Locations

Virtual
Oct 15th, 2021

Auditing Projects: Top Reasons Why Projects Fail - OAG211WEB

Overview

This webinar covers the key aspects of project management as a foundation for more effective audits. It covers team composition and management, setting time estimates, defining milestones, and using performance metrics to measure the achievement of time, financial and scope goals. This webinar will also examine project management tools and techniques that have helped project managers succeed.


Who Should Attend

Financial, Operational and IT auditors with overall or partial responsibility for auditing projects.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn about the common issues affecting projects, the mistakes project managers often make, how to avoid them and how to make actionable and pragmatic recommendations that will help you audit your organization’s projects more effectively.


Objectives

  • Understand key aspects of well-managed projects
  • Understand the meaning of risk, control and governance in the context of project management
  • Review common problems affecting projects /li>
  • Learn what to look for when auditing projects
  • Review fundamental components of auditing projects
  • Discuss the identification, measuring, monitoring and control of project risks
  • Identify key project performance indicators
  • Examine the top reasons projects fail

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because projects are high risk, costly, and have a significant impact on an organization’s strategic plans.

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