Invitation to Project Scheduling & Schedule Risk Assessment and Essential Data Analysis Management
Advanced Project Scheduling and Schedule Risk Assessment
25 – 26 February 2016,
Statistical Essential for Data Analysis and Business Decision Making
14 – 15 March 2016, Kuala Lumpur
The foundation for your project management systems
Understand the statistical method used to gain business insights from your data
About Our Course Facilitators:
Lead by Gregory Smith, with more than 25 years of experience in project scheduling and risk analysis. Guest speaker for PMI, NASA Academy, SCEA and INCOSE. ISO 9001:2000 Certified Internal Auditor and develop wiki page for NASA’s Exploration Systems Mission Directorate titled, “Schedule Risk Assessment”.
Learning Objective and Benefits:
Familiarize with advanced techniques and methods for conducting SRA.
Assess schedule health and its impact on SRA.
Discover the types of duration values used in SRA and their purpose.
Identify Probability Distributions and the role they play in SRA.
Get knowledge about SRA sampling techniques.
Discover what to expect when presenting your project analysis and how to prepare for it.
Bring home a complimentary article titled “Demystifying Schedule Risk Assessment”.
Lead by Dr. Carl, a statistical consultant, statistical programmer & academic statistician with over 14 years’ of consulting and teaching experiences. Published more than 500+ reports on statistics and also fellow of Royal Statistical Society.
Learning Objectives and Benefits:
Understand many common-place applied statistical models, including traditional methods, but with emphasis on the general frameworks that encompass these.
Benchmark the philosophy of statistical model construction and how this encompasses most common statistical methods.
Enhance your understanding of statistical model construction, testing, inference, and diagnostics.
Implement popular univariate methods and learn multivariate methods.
Master the standard survey designs and identify data collection issues.
Comprehend the Bayesian analysis paradigm, how it compares to the more common frequentist approach and how it might be employed.
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