Shai Davidov and Nicki Kons
Project Value at Risk (PVaR (TM)): Connecting Risks to Business Value Outcomes
Shai has an extensive direct practical experience of strategy, operations and risk management, having worked as a senior program manager, technical director and account manager in a range of capacities and for a number of different employers in the private sector, before joining Edinburgh Business School in 2013. He co-founded a successful online shopping business and owned a professional consulting firm that assisted organizations to improve their business results by strategically plan and implement project, program and portfolio management culture, processes, tools and techniques. His clients ranged from private start-ups companies to public authorities.
Shai is a fellow of the Association for Project Management (APM) and a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI), Scottish Programme and Project Management Group (SPPMG), the Risk Management Society (RIMS), and the Strategic Planning Society (SPS). He is a graduate of the Advance HE Academic Leadership Programme and a Certified Management & Business Educator (CMBE). Shai had served as an elected member of the University’s Senate as well as committee and board member in several organisations and NGOs. As part of his PhD studies at Edinburgh Business School, Shai researches the intersection of sustainability and strategy.
Project Value at Risk (PVaR (TM)): Connecting Risks to Business Value Outcome (with Shai Davidov)
Nicki is the author of PVaR™ – Project Value at risk: https://www.createspace.com/6174929. She is an (ERP) Energy Risk Professional – Certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals, PMI – RMP (Risk Management Professional) certified, PMI – PMP certified. Nicki has been a Risk analyst and EVM expert with background in Engineering, Political Science, projects, finance, organizations and IT, and a Risk Management identification techniques expert & researcher.
She is an experienced instructor and trainer with managerial experience, mainly as a functional manager. Nicki brings with her a high process orientation with ability to manage a process from inception to maturity, and the ability to identify potential risks and opportunities in complex technical projects and complex environments.