Book cover for my new book

By Rufran C Frago posted 01-17-2020 02:03 AM


Hello All,

I’d like to ask for your inputs in choosing the cover design of my upcoming new book,

RISK, What are you? The Risk Management Poem.
Children’s Book for all Professionals. 

Please click the survey link or any of the image below to choose and send your choice.

A) Red cover design

B) Blue cover design

C) Green cover design

I have always wanted to write about risk-based management principles in a poetic form. The uncanny characteristic of a poem to send information with amazing clarity catches our senses so that we suddenly become more receptive. We listen more and even unconsciously let down our guard. Our biases disappear to consider the intended message.

It is a privilege to share with you my original 18-stanza rhyme poem representing fundamental concepts and approaches of risk management in simple terms that even children can understand with some guidance. I feel that this book will be a good gift to kids of reading age, to young managers and to all professionals. Nurturing the belief that risk must be the major consideration while managing any endeavor throughout its life cycle is very important. Risk-based management increases the probability of success in achieving organizational and individual objectives. It is inspirational to hear words that rhyme where a line or stanza imparts a meaning using the song-like attributes of an articulated statement.

The command of a poem makes one remember. It helped University students recall difficult formulas in integral and differential calculus. It is real and it does work. I’ve used it a lot during my college years. Truth of the matter is, we are all risk managers since conception! Risk management is the only thing we do while living

About the Author:

Rufran C. Frago is the Founder of PM Solution Pro, a Calgary consultingproduct, and training services firm focusing on project and business management solutions. He is passionate providing advice, mentorship, education and training through consultation, collaboration, and what he uniquely calls, student-led training.


  1. Risk-based Management in the World of Threats and Opportunities: A Project Controls Perspective.ISBN 978-0-9947608-0-7.Canada
  2. Plan to Schedule, Schedule to Plan.ISBN 978-0-9947608-2-1.Canada
  3. How to Create a Good Quality P50 Risk-based Baseline Schedule.ISBN 978-0-9947608-1-4.Canada
  4. Schedule Quantitative Risk Analysis (Traditional Method).ISBN 978-0-9947608-3-8.Canada