Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding and deleting risks from the plan, part of Managing Project Risk.
It is a very tempting and refreshing thing to do…like striking items off of your to-do list…at the end of your week.…Striking risks off your risk plan…that did not come up and bite you…can be liberating.…As liberating as that can be, I recommend…you carefully consider how you manage…the removal or addition of risks to your plan.…Here are some of my thoughts on how best to make…adjustments to your risk plans.…First, clearly demonstrate when a risk…has been bypassed on your project.…
It's good for your sponsors to know…that something which was a concern is no longer a risk.…If they can see that in black and white,…they'll have even more faith in your ability…to competently manage the project.…Don't delete them however, because when and how…the status of each risk was communicated…is useful information to refer to in future projects.…In addition, having carefully tracked your risks…and what is communicated about them is useful…if there is a change to your sponsor…or key stakeholders.…
They can bring new or different perceptions…
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- Incorporating risk management into your project
- Identifying risk
- Categorizing risks
- Performing qualitative and quantitative risk analysis
- Building a risk-response plan
- Deciding when to execute a risk-response plan<br><br>
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