When a risk comes to pass, many things can be set in motion. Full integration of risks into your plans is crucial, especially in a healthcare project. In this video, Bob McGannon takes you through the plans you may need to integrate with your risks including your stakeholder management plan, HR plan, cost management plan and training plan.
- When I was a kid, I'd spend hours…setting up long strings of dominoes,…so I could topple the first one…and watch the whole set fall,…making that unique clicking noise.…Risk management in healthcare reminds me of those dominoes.…When a risk comes to pass, many things can be set in motion,…so your project artifacts need to be tailored…to handle those falling dominoes.…There are many challenges you should consider…as you build your healthcare project plans.…Virtually all of these items should also be treated as risks…and added to a risk register.…
But you shouldn't stop there.…In healthcare projects, make sure your risks are assessed…against all of your project artifacts…and that all of those artifacts…are integrated appropriately.…So if a risk does come to fruition or you decide…to execute in a contingency action proactively,…your entire set of plans will be updated accordingly.…Here's an example of this.…When making modifications to your healthcare facility,…you have a risk in your register regarding the inspection…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project