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Title: Risk Management

Ready to Train for Training Materials
  • Sample 30 of
  • Project Risk Management

Risk governance
  • Module 1

Risk and Uncertainty
Risk versus Uncertainty
Types of Risk
Types of Risk
Elements of Risk
Sources of Risks
Sources of Risks
Project Risk Definition
When Risk is not a Risk?
Distinguishing between cause and effect
  • Definite fact or sets of circumstances about the
    project or environment
  • Uncertainty that could affect project objectives
    if it occurs
  • Contingent effect, either negative or positive on
    project objective(s)

What is Risk Management?
  • Good management practice
  • Process steps that enable improvement in decision
  • A logical and systematic approach
  • Identifying opportunities
  • Avoiding or minimizing losses

Risk Management is the name given to a logical
and systematic method of identifying, analyzing,
treating and monitoring the risks involved in any
activity or process.
  • Risk Management is a methodology that helps
    managers make best use of their available

  • Risk Management process is well established.
    (International RM process standards.)

Project Risk Management
The Goal of Project Risk Management
Why Project Risk Management Is Important?
  • Success or failure (of a project) ultimately
    depends on how project leadership manage the full
    range of technical and non-technical issues.
    (Krigsman, 2008)

  • Create a flowchart of the risk process from
    Identify Risks through Plan Risk Responses.

Anatomy of a Risk
  • Once youre done with Plan Risk Management, there
    are four more risk management processes that will
    help you and your team come up with the list of
    risks for your project, analyze how they could
    affect your project, and plan how you and your
    team will respond if any of the risks materialize
    when youre executing the project.

Anatomy of a Risk
  • All four of these Risk Management processes are
    in the Planning process groupyou need to plan
    for your projects risks before you start
    executing the project.


Identify Risk
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
The first thing you need to do when planning for
risks is to gather the team together and come up
with a list of every possible risk you can think
Once youve got a list of risks, youll need to
get a good idea of the probability and impact of
each risk. Remember the probability and impact
guidelines in the Risk Management Plan? This is
where you use them to assign a probability and
impact to each risk!
The RBS you created during Plan Risk Management
will make it a lot easier to do this.
Output Risk Register
  • The point of the Identify Risks process is to
    identify risks. But what does that really give
    you? You need to know enough about each risk to
    analyze it and make good decisions about how to
    handle it.

Output Risk Register
Its a good idea for your Identify Risks meetings
to include a discussion of how to respond to the
risks, but youll really dive into this later in
the Plan Risk Responses process.
This is where the results of your root cause
analysis go.
Each risk that you and the team come up with
should go here.
Root Causes Potential Responses Identified Risks
National weather services predict 35chance of high winds Reinforce tent stakes obtain weatherproof equipment High winds can lead to cliff disaster
Recent industry report cites higher than - expected failure dates for critical equipment's No responses were found by the team Equipment failure during project
You might discover new risk categories, like
Equipment. If you do, youll go back to the RBS
and add them.
Some risks do not have an obvious response.
Youll get a chance to come up with more
complete responses later.
Output Risk Register
  • The risk register is built into the Risk
    Management Plan. Updates to the risk register are
    the only output of the Identify Risks process.

You already created the Risk Management Plan in
the last process. Now youre going back
and updating it by adding the risk register.
2 Mitigate Risk
  • If you cant avoid the risk, you can mitigate it.
    This means taking some sort of action that will
    cause it to do as little damage to your project
    as possible.

3 Transfer Risk
  • One effective way to deal with a risk is to pay
    someone else to accept it for you. The most
    common way to do this is to buy insurance.

4 Accept Risk
  • When you cant avoid, mitigate, or transfer a
    risk, then you have to accept it. But even when
    you accept a risk, at least youve looked at the
    alternatives and you know what will happen if it

If you cant avoid the risk, you can mitigate it.
This means taking some sort of action that will
cause it to do as little damage to your project
as possible.
Looks like falling is the best option
  • Thank You

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