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1 PJM410: Assessing and Managing Risk Credit Hours: 3 Contact Hours: This is a 3 credit course, offered in accelerated format. This means that 16 weeks of material is covered in 8 weeks. The exact number of hours per week that you can expect to spend on each course will vary based upon the weekly coursework, as well as your study style and preferences. You should plan to spend hours per week in each course reading material, interacting on the discussion boards, writing papers, completing projects, and doing research. Course Description and Outcomes Course Description: This course equips future project managers with the skills necessary to identify, analyze, assess, categorize, control, and mitigate project risk. Students learn how risk is being managed across industries, the factors that produce risk, and are presented with the tools necessary to reduce risk as much as possible. Course Overview: Risk is present in all organizations and on all projects. Students will gain knowledge of how risk is managed across industries and will be presented with the tools necessary to reduce risk in any industry. The course emphasizes the factors involved in the overall risk management process and concentrates on the development of a risk mitigation plan and tools used in the process. Course Learning Outcomes: 1. Explain the nature and sources of project risk. 2. Describe and demonstrate existing techniques for identifying and assessing project risk. 3. Evaluate and communicate the benefits of applying qualitative and quantitative analysis to project management decisions. 4. Develop a plan, including specific techniques, used to respond to risks and limit project uncertainty. 5. Construct various techniques for analyzing and determining impact of risks and plan development for addressing risks if they occur. 6. Identify risk management factors that impact risk management planning. 7. Create a risk management plan and apply the frameworks learned to specific scenarios and situations. Participation & Attendance Prompt and consistent attendance in your online courses is essential for your success at CSU Global Campus. Failure to verify your attendance within the first 7 days of this course may result in your withdrawal. If for some reason you would like to drop a course, please contact your advisor.

2 Online classes have deadlines, assignments, and participation requirements just like on campus classes. Budget your time carefully and keep an open line of communication with your instructor. If you are having technical problems, problems with your assignments, or other problems that are impeding your progress, let your instructor know as soon as possible. Course Materials Textbook Information is located in the CSU-Global Booklist on the Student Portal. Course Schedule Due Dates The Academic Week at CSU Global begins on Monday and ends the following Sunday. Discussion Boards: The original post must be completed by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. MT and Peer Responses posted by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT. Late posts may not be awarded points. Opening Exercises: Take the opening exercise before reading each week s content to see which areas you will need to focus on. You may take these exercises as many times as you need. The opening exercises will not affect your final grade. Mastery Exercises: Students may access and retake mastery exercises through the last day of class until they achieve the scores they desire. Critical Thinking: Assignments are due Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MT. Live Classroom: Although participation is not required, Live Classroom sessions are held during Week 2 and Weeks 5 or 6. There are two total sessions. Week # Readings Assignments Chapter 1 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project: Chapter 1 (pp. 4 7); Chapters 2 & 3 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11 (pp ) in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapter 2 in Identifying and managing project risks Chapter 4 & Appendix D.1 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11.1 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapters 3 & 4 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project Chapter 5 & Appendix D.2 in Practice standard for project risk management Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Critical Thinking (70 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Critical Thinking (70 points) Portfolio Assignment (75 points)

3 Assignment Details Chapter 1.2 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapter 5 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project Chapter 6 & Appendix D.3 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11.3 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapter 6 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project Chapter 7 & Appendix D.4 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11.4 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapters 7 & 9 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project Chapter 8 & Appendix D.5 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11.5 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapters 8 & 10 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project Chapter 9 & Appendix D.6 in Practice standard for project risk management Chapter 11.6 in A guide to the project management body of knowledge Chapters 11, 12 & 13 in Identifying and managing project risks: Essential tools for failure proofing your project This course includes the following assignments/projects: Module 1 PORTFOLIO PROJECT REMINDER Option #1: Risk Management Plan and Risk Register Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Critical Thinking (70 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Critical Thinking (80 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Critical Thinking (80 points) Portfolio Assignment (80 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Discussion (25 points) Opening Exercise (0 points) Mastery Exercise (10 points) Portfolio (195 points) Be sure to review the Portfolio Project Description and Portfolio Project Rubric in the Module 8 folder.

4 The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management Plan as containing: 1. Introduction 2. Project Description 3. Risk Management Scope and Objectives 4. Risk Management Methodology 5. Risk Management Organization This is outlined in both A guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management. Instructions: For this Portfolio Project, you will develop a complete Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for a project. The final project is due in Module 8, however, in Modules 3 and 6, you will turn in preliminary deliverables (Milestones) for the project. In Module 3: You will do two things: 1. Select a project in your industry and submit an executive summary of your selection (high level project charter). The executive summary should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including cover page and reference page. (If you use in text citations, you must have also a reference page.) 2. Begin to outline a Risk Management Plan for this project and add to it each week. You will not turn the outline in until Module 8. In Module 6: You will develop a complete register of the risk on your project and submit this for a grade. This will also be part of your final submission of the Risk Management Plan in Module 8. Your risk register should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. In Module 8: You will submit your complete Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for your defined project. The final Risk Management Plan should fully encompass the components listed above executive summary, outline, and register. Your final paper should meet the following requirements: Be a minimum of 10 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources.

5 For the steps required in Modules 3 and 6, refer to the Portfolio Project Milestone Grading Rubrics in the respective Module folders. Refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubric available in the Module 8 folder for information on expectations for the final project. Option #2: Risk Management Planning Process The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management planning process as: 1. Risk Management Planning 2. Risk Identification 3. Qualitative Risk Management 4. Quantitative Risk Management 5. Risk Response Development 6. Risk Monitoring and Control Instructions: You will write a final paper detailing the entire Risk Management Planning Process. You will include discussion and analysis of terms learned throughout this course. Your paper should describe each phase, how it is planned, and any inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs that can be applied. This final project should demonstrate your critical thinking abilities, knowledge of risk management systems and the ability to apply risk management practices and tools. The final Portfolio Project is due in Module 8; however, you have two preliminary deliverables for this project due in Modules 3 and 6. In Module 3: You will submit the outline of your paper outline for a grade. Your outline should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including the cover page. In Module 6: You will submit an annotated bibliography including APA styled reference page for a grade. Your well written annotated bibliography should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. In Module 8: You will submit the final paper in complete APA format, including proper cover and reference pages. Your final paper should meet the following requirements: Be a minimum of 10 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. For the steps required in Modules 3 and 6, refer to the Portfolio Project rubrics in the respective Module folders. Refer to the Portfolio Project rubric available in the Module 8 Folder for information on expectations for the final project. Module 2

6 CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT (70 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Case Study Analysis of Human Resources Risk Read the article titled Be a global risk manager (linked in the module), which addresses human resources risk, and then answer the questions that follow. Questions: 1. Krell (2012) illustrated the dangers associated with the deployment of employees worldwide. How might the methods for planning risks discussed in this week s readings be used to solve similar problems? 2. Assume you are a project manager tasked with managing personnel risk from afar. Explain how and why mobility professionals should recognize the nature of human resources risks and how they should address them. Name two key criteria that should be used to evaluate family issues posed by personnel before they are added to the current project team. 3. What does this article demonstrate about the effect of poor project screening methods on a firm s ability to manage employees effectively from afar? Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Rubric available in the Module 2 Folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. Option #2: Article and Video Analysis for Project Screening for Risk Watch the video, Hong Kong International Airport Master Plan 2030, which is found in the Module 2 lecture. Screen the two project options for risk using the terms, tools, and techniques, and processes related to project screening for risk from the Module 2 required and recommended readings. Write a paper analyzing the video and draw from the articles you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Rubric available in the Module 2 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. PORTFOLIO REMINDER Option #1: Executive Summary of the Risk Management Plan

7 Module 3 In Module 3, you will select a project in your industry or an industry you would like to work in as a project manager, and submit an executive summary of your selection. You will submit this for a grade. You will also begin an outline that you will build on throughout the course. See the Module 3 folder for a description of the project and the Grading Rubric. Option #2: Outline of Risk Management Planning Process In Module 3, you will submit an outline of your paper for a grade. See the Module 3 folder for the description of the project and the Grading Rubric. CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT (70 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Case Study Analysis for Trends in Scope Review the Project Management Institute s article titled Driving success in challenging times (linked in the module) and then answer the following questions. Your responses should be thorough and include at least three references from outside sources (other than your textbook and course materials). Questions: 1. How does the article describe the trends in scope? Explain what trends assist customer service growth and why. 2. How do you balance the need to involve clients with the equally important need to freeze project scope in order to complete projects in a timely fashion? 3. In a context characterized by slower economic growth and shifting global markets, explain what trends you believe will emerge as viable and valid. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 3 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. Option #2: Article and Video Analysis for Scope Risk Management Watch the video, The Pentagon Wars A product management lesson, provided in the Module 3 Lecture. Evaluate the video and apply terms, tools, and techniques, and processes related to scope risk management from this week s reading assignment, which could have been used to avoid the scope creep. Write a paper analyzing the video and draw from the articles you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required.

8 Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 3 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. PORTFOLIO PROJECT MILESTONE (75 Points) Select the milestone that pertains to that option of the Portfolio Project you will complete for your final project. See the Module 8 folder for a description of the two Portfolio Project options. Remember to complete only one option. Do not do both project options. Option #1: Executive Summary of the Risk Management Plan The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management Plan as containing: 1. Introduction 2. Project Description 3. Risk Management Scope and Objectives 4. Risk Management Methodology 5. Risk Management Organization This is outlined in both A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management. Instructions: For the final Portfolio Project Option #1, you will develop a complete Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for a project. This week (Module 3), you will do two things: 1. Select a project in your industry and submit an executive summary of your selection (high level project charter); The executive summary should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including cover page and reference page. (If you use in text citations, you must have also a reference page.) Be formatted according to the CSU Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements 2. Begin to outline a Risk Management Plan for this project and add to it each week. You will not submit your outline this week. Rather, the final outline will be submitted in Module 8. Option #2: Outline of Risk Management Planning Process The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management planning process as: 1. Risk Management Planning 2. Risk Identification 3. Qualitative Risk Management 4. Quantitative Risk Management 5. Risk Response Development 6. Risk Monitoring and Control

9 Module 4 In the option 2 Portfolio Project, you will write a paper detailing the entire Risk Management Planning Process. You will include discussion and analysis of terms learned throughout this course. Your paper should describe each phase, how it is planned, and any inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs that can be applied. The final project should demonstrate your critical thinking abilities, knowledge of risk management systems and the ability to apply risk management practices and tools. This week, Module 3, you will submit an outline of your final Portfolio Project paper. Your outline should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including the required cover page. CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT (70 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Multitasking and Risk Read the Supertaskers and the multitasking brain article linked in the suggested reading and provide an article critique. In your writing: Analyze Strayer & Watson s (2012) article for terms and concepts found in the course readings and your personal work experience. Discuss questions and concerns related to the topic that supports a deeper understanding of this topic. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Rubric available in the Module 4 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. Option #2: Article and Video Analysis Related to Resource Risk Watch the video, Risk of Multi tasking: Governance, Integrity, and Effectiveness, provided in the Module 4 lecture. Evaluate the video for terms, tools and techniques, and processes related to evaluating resource risk that you have learned about thus far in this course. Write a paper analyzing the video and draw from the articles you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources.

10 Module 5 Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Rubric available in the Module 4 folder for more information on assignment expectations and grading. PORTFOLIO REMINDER Option #1: Review Executive Summary and Continue Working on Risk Management Plan and Risk Register Review the feedback you received regarding your executive summary in Module 3 and revise as needed. Continue working on your Portfolio Project so you stay on track for the next Portfolio Project Milestone assignment, which is due in Module 6. Option #2: Review Outline and Continue Working on Risk Management Planning Process Review the feedback you received regarding your outline in Module 3 and revise as needed. Continue working on your Portfolio Project so you stay on track for the next Portfolio Project Milestone Assignment, which is due in Module 6. CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT (80 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Project Constraints Video Analysis Watch the video, Project 2020 Scenarios for the Future of Cybercrime, in the Module 5 lecture. Evaluate the scenarios in the video for terms, tools, and techniques, and processes that you have learned about evaluating project constraints and risk thus far in this course. Support your discussion with additional references to discuss what you learned. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages. Your response video and article analysis should be approximately 1,000 words in length. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 5 folder more information on assignment expectations and grading. Option #2: Article Analysis Related to Project Constraints and Risk Select one of the articles from the selected readings for this week. Critique the article for risk terms, tools and techniques, and processes related to project constraints and risk. Write a paper analyzing the article and draw from the article you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages that are required.

11 Module 6 Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 5 folder more information on assignment expectations and grading. PORTFOLIO PROJECT REMINDER Option #1: Develop a Risk Register Next week, in Module 6, you will submit a complete register of the risk on your project. Continue preparing your assignment for submission in Module 6. Option #2: Developing an Annotated Bibliography for a Risk Management Plan Next week, in Module 6, you will submit an annotated bibliography, including a reference page. Continue finding sources and working on the reference page for the next part of the assignment. CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT (80 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Analyzing Risk Video and Article Analysis related to Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Watch the video, Project Overview: Landslide Susceptibility Mapping and Risk Analysis for Clackamas County, Oregon, linked in the Module 6 Lecture. Evaluate the video for terms, tools and techniques, and processes related to qualitative and quantitative risk analysis learned thus far in this course. Write a paper analyzing the video and draw from the articles you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Module 6 Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 6 folder for information on assignment expectations and grading. Option #2: Article Analysis for Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis Select one of the articles from the selected readings for this week. Critique the article for risk terms, tools and techniques, and processes related to qualitative and quantitative risk analysis. Write a paper analyzing the article and draw from the article you selected to fully discuss your analysis of the topics. Be 3 4 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required.

12 Cite a minimum of three outside sources in addition to your textbook, two of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Critical Thinking Assignment Grading Rubric available in the Module 6 folder for information on assignment expectations and grading. PORTFOLIO PROJECT MILESTONE (80 Points) Option #1: Developing a Risk Register The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management Plan as containing: 1. Introduction 2. Project Description 3. Risk Management Scope and Objectives 4. Risk Management Methodology 5. Risk Management Organization This is outlined in both A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management. Instructions: This week, Module 6, you will develop a fully exhausted risk register of the risk on your project and submit this for a grade. This will also be part of your final Portfolio Project, the Risk Management Plan, due in Module 8. Your risk register should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peerreviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubric available in the Module 6 folder. Option #2: Developing an Annotated Bibliography for a Risk Management Plan The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management planning process as: 1. Risk Management Planning 2. Risk Identification 3. Qualitative Risk Management 4. Quantitative Risk Management 5. Risk Response Development 6. Risk Monitoring and Control Instructions:

13 Module 7 Module 8 This week, Module 6, you will submit an annotated bibliography, including an APA styled reference page. Your well written annotated bibliography including APA styled reference page should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peerreviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. Refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubric available in the Module 6 folder. PORTFOLIO PROJECT REMINDER By this time, you should finish revising your Portfolio Project, which is due in Module 8. Incorporate the feedback you received in Modules 3 and 6 on those Portfolio Project Milestones. Make sure you follow APA formatting throughout your paper. PORTFOLIO PROJECT (195 Points) Option #1: Risk Management Plan and Risk Register The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management Plan as containing: 1. Introduction 2. Project Description 3. Risk Management Scope and Objectives 4. Risk Management Methodology 5. Risk Management Organization This is outlined in both A guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and the Practice Standard for Project Risk Management. Instructions: For this Portfolio Project, you will develop a complete Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for a project. The final project is due in Module 8, however, you have two preliminary deliverables (Milestones) for the project due in modules 3 and 6. In Module 3: You will do two things: 1. Select a project in your industry and submit an executive summary of your selection (high level project charter). The executive summary should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including the cover page and reference page. (If you use in text citations, you must have also a reference page.) 2. Begin to outline a Risk Management Plan for this project and add to it each week. You will not turn the outline in until Module 8.

14 In Module 6: You will develop a complete register of the risk on your project and submit this for a grade. This will also be part of your final submission of the Risk Management Plan in Module 8. Your risk register should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. In Module 8: You will submit your complete Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for your defined project. The final Risk Management Plan should fully encompass the components listed above executive summary, outline, and register. Your final paper should meet the following requirements: Be a minimum of 10 pages in length, not including the cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. For the steps required in Modules 3 and 6, refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubrics in the respective Module folders. Refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubric available in the Module 8 folder for information on expectations for the final project. Option #2: Risk Management Planning Process The Project Management Institute (Project Management Institute, 2013) defines the Risk Management planning process as: 1. Risk Management Planning 2. Risk Identification 3. Qualitative Risk Management 4. Quantitative Risk Management 5. Risk Response Development 6. Risk Monitoring and Control Instructions: You will write a final paper detailing the entire Risk Management Planning Process. You will include discussion and analysis of terms learned throughout this course. Your paper should describe each phase, how it is planned, and any inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs that can be applied. This final project should demonstrate your critical thinking abilities, knowledge of risk management systems and the ability to apply risk management practices and tools. The final Portfolio Project is due in Module 8; however, you have two preliminary deliverables (Milestones) for this project due in Modules 3 and 6. In Module 3: You will submit the outline of your paper outline for a grade. Your outline should meet the following requirements: Be 1 2 pages in length, not including the required cover page.

15 In Module 6: You will submit an annotated bibliography including APA styled reference page for a grade. Your well written annotated bibliography should meet the following requirements: Be 2 3 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. In Module 8: You will submit the final paper in complete APA format, including proper cover and reference pages. Your final paper should meet the following requirements: Be a minimum of 10 pages in length, not including cover and reference pages that are required. Cite a minimum of six outside sources in addition to your textbook, four of which should be academic peer reviewed scholarly sources, and include in text citations to support your responses. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find these resources. For the steps required in Modules 3 and 6, refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubrics in the respective Module folders. Refer to the Portfolio Project Grading Rubric available in the Module 8 folder for information on expectations for the final project. Course Policies Course Grading Grading Scale and Policies A A % Discussion Participation 0% Opening Exercises B % Mastery Exercises B % Critical Thinking Assignments B % Final Portfolio Paper C C D F 59.9 or below In Classroom Policies For information on late work and incomplete grade policies, please refer to our In Classroom Student Policies and Guidelines or the Academic Catalog for comprehensive documentation of CSU Global institutional policies. Academic Integrity Students must assume responsibility for maintaining honesty in all work submitted for credit and in any other work designated by the instructor of the course. Academic dishonesty includes cheating, fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty, plagiarism, reusing /re purposing your own work (see CSU Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements for percentage of repurposed work that can be used in an assignment), unauthorized possession of academic materials, and unauthorized collaboration. The CSU Global Library provides information

16 on how students can avoid plagiarism by understanding what it is and how to use the Library and Internet resources. Citing Sources with APA Style All students are expected to follow the CSU Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements when citing in APA (based on the APA Style Manual, 6th edition) for all assignments. For details on CSU Global APA style, please review the APA resources within the CSU Global Library under the APA Guide & Resources link. A link to this document should also be provided within most assignment descriptions on your course s Assignments page. Disability Services Statement CSU Global is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. Any student with a documented disability requesting academic accommodations should contact the Disability Resource Coordinator at and/or for additional information to coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Netiquette Respect the diversity of opinions among the instructor and classmates and engage with them in a courteous, respectful, and professional manner. All posts and classroom communication must be conducted in accordance with the student code of conduct. Think before you push the Send button. Did you say just what you meant? How will the person on the other end read the words? Maintain an environment free of harassment, stalking, threats, abuse, insults or humiliation toward the instructor and classmates. This includes, but is not limited to, demeaning written or oral comments of an ethnic, religious, age, disability, sexist (or sexual orientation), or racist nature; and the unwanted sexual advances or intimidations by , or on discussion boards and other postings within or connected to the online classroom. If you have concerns about something that has been said, please let your instructor know.

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