YOUTUBE CHANNEL – ‘RISK MANAGEMENT & EBIT CONTROL’

This channel is about The Successive Principle also named The Lichtenberg Method name after it’s ‘father’ Dr. Tech Steen Lichtenberg.

Here you can see more about the method, applications, the history, interviews etc.

Videos about:

  • SP 00   The history about the Successive Principle (Dk/Uk)
  • SP 00b From The Successive Principle to The Successive Principle (Dk/Uk)
  • SP 01    Introduction to Risk Management & EBIT Control (Dk)
  • SP 02   Broad spectrum analysis groups
  • SP 03   Estimation of Unknown Unknowns (Dk/Uk)
  • SP 04   Successive Principle combined with tree lists (Risks, Assumptions & Opportunities) (Dk)
  • SP 05   Sharp offers – win the licitations (Dk)
  • SP 06   Sharp investments – secures the business case (Dk)
  • SP 08   Include the uncertainties from the project surroundings
  • SP 09   Why project fails. The top 5 reasons (Dk/Uk)
  • SP 11a   To The Board: Risk Management combined with EBIT Control (Dk)
  • SP 11b   To The Board: Risk Management combined with EBIT Control (Dk)
  • SP 20   The Successive Principle. How to estimate? (Dk/Uk)

Uk: An English spoken version is available.

Dk: A Danish spoken version is available. Dk subtitles can be automatically translated to English or other language by YouTube.

Interviews

There are some interviews of users of the method.

  • Professor in Project Management, Ole Johnny Klakegg | Norwegian Technical University (Dk/Uk)
  • Technical Director, Leif Lindberg | Linköping Commune, Sweden
  • Project chief, Per Rydberg | Trafikverket, Sweden
  • Senior consultant, Gunnar Bohlin | Sweden

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EXAMPLE: Estimation of Unknown Unknowns

Project are often complex and unpredictable events happens along the road of execution. We try to anticipate risk and opportunities in a world that is unpredictable (stochastic) and we do our best to make the project predictable (deterministic).

  • Often people use most of their time analysing project work packages and Know Unknowns (Something we know – that we don’t know, that is have to solve, e.g. questions, requirements etc.).
  • Why not look into Unknown Unknowns, something that we don’t know that we don’t know! And get close to the real world.

This video gives a rather simple method for estimation of (some) Unknown Unknowns making you budgets and plans more robust!

Google: ‘SP 03 estimation of unknown unknowns

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YOUTUBE INTRODUCTION: SEE WHAT IT’S ABOUT

Here is an introduction to the method. Listen to how you can use the method.

The method comprises for example:

  • Budget analysis
  • Time schedule analysis
  • Business case analysis
  • Project port folio analysis
  • Time study analysis

During the analysis risk, assumptions and opportunities are emerging in combination.

It’s a Danish spoken video with subtitles. The subtitles can be automatically translates to e.g. English by YouTube.

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