Step 1. Look at what is At Risk The project plan is the “how are we going to build this … More
Risk statements are a useful tool to identify, analyze, and compare risks. Key Component of a Risk Statement: Event Date … More
Step 1: Identify Historical Risks Review what happened in previous and similar projects and record the risks that are relevant … More
What is a risk register? A risk register is simply a table. It provides a framework for identifying and recording … More
I was speaking with a tradesman the other day, who is part of a team responsible for taking care of … More
How often have you been to that Lessons Learned meeting where the same complaints and issues get raised as in … More
Constant communication is something only your girlfriend wants but when it comes to the work site, it has to be done.
It should be simple in this day and age of technology, to get a list on my cellphone of all … More
PROJECT MANAGERS NEED TO KNOW WHO IS DOING WHAT AND WHERE Project Managers require information that is current, relevant and … More
The term “project risk” can encompass an enormous range of issues:
Defined as anything that threatens or limits a project’s goals, objectives or deliverables, project risk includes saftety, quality, schedule overruns, cost overruns, excessive changes….