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Stress Testing for Project Management

Latest Risk Doctor Briefing from Dr. David Hillson available in PM World Library

9 August 2014 – Dallas, London, Sydney – According to Dr David Hillson, aka The Risk Doctor, in his latest article: “Stress testing originated in engineering to check that structures such as bridges, roads, tunnels and buildings would carry the expected load without collapsing. It was usually performed as a desktop exercise, modifying design parameters to simulate what might happen if extreme or unplanned conditions occurred. From these beginnings, stress testing has spread to other areas.” David goes on to offer some suggestions on how to stress test a project risk management process.  The article was published in the August edition of the PM World Journal. To read this interesting article, go to David’s author showcase at and click on the title of the paper.  Must be a registered library member to access the article.