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  • Ossai Ifeakachukwu Nigeria Risk Management is the process of identifying, analyzing and responding to risk factors throughout the life of a project and in the best interests of its objectives. Proper risk management implies control of possible future events and is proactive rather than reactive. First we need to look at the various sources of risks. There are many sources and this list is not meant to be inclusive, but rather, a guide for the initial brainstorming of all risks. By referencing this list, it helps the team determine all possible sources of risk. Various sources of risk include: Project Management Top management not recognizing this activity as a project Too many projects going on at one time Impossible schedule commitments No functional input into the planning phase No one person responsible for the total project Poor control of design changes Problems with team members. Poor control of customer changes Poor understanding of the project manager's job Wrong person assigned as project manager No integrated planning and control Organization's resources are overcommitted Unrealistic planning and scheduling No project cost accounting ability Conflicting project priorities Poorly organized project office External Unpredictable Unforeseen regulatory requirements Natural disasters Vandalism, sabotage or unpredicted side effects Predictable Market or operational risk Social Environmental Inflation Currency rate fluctuations Media Technical Technology changes Risks stemming from design process Legal Violating trade marks and licenses Sued for breach of contract Labour or workplace problem Litigation due to tort law Legislation The Risk Analysis Process The Risk Analysis Process is essentially a quality problem solving process. Quality and assessment tools are used to determine and prioritize risks for assessment and resolution. The risk analysis process is as follows: Identify the Risk This step is brainstorming. Reviewing the lists of possible risk sources as well as the project team's experiences and knowledge, all potential risks are identified. Using an assessment instrument, risks are then categorized and prioritized. The number of risks identified usually exceeds the time capacity of the project team to analyze and develop
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  • Joseph Youssef Lebanon what is risk management?
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    • REAGAN IKIE Zaire risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks
      2014-10-03 08:10:35
    • REAGAN IKIE Zaire risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks
      2014-10-03 08:10:14
    • Yai Deng Yai South Sudan Is the process of setting some measures in place in order to avoid risk.
      2014-08-28 06:08:39
    • Joseph Youssef Lebanon Risk Management is the process of identifying, analyzing and responding to risk factors throughout the life of a project and in the best interests of its objectives. Proper risk management implies control of possible future events and is proactive rather than reactive. First we need to look at the various sources of risks. There are many sources and this list is not meant to be inclusive, but rather, a guide for the initial brainstorming of all risks. By referencing this list, it helps the team determine all possible sources of risk. Various sources of risk include: Project Management Top management not recognizing this activity as a project Too many projects going on at one time Impossible schedule commitments No functional input into the planning phase No one person responsible for the total project Poor control of design changes Problems with team members. Poor control of customer changes Poor understanding of the project manager's job Wrong person assigned as project manager No integrated planning and control Organization's resources are overcommitted Unrealistic planning and scheduling No project cost accounting ability Conflicting project priorities Poorly organized project office External Unpredictable Unforeseen regulatory requirements Natural disasters Vandalism, sabotage or unpredicted side effects Predictable Market or operational risk Social Environmental Inflation Currency rate fluctuations Media Technical Technology changes Risks stemming from design process Legal Violating trade marks and licenses Sued for breach of contract Labour or workplace problem Litigation due to tort law Legislation The Risk Analysis Process The Risk Analysis Process is essentially a quality problem solving process. Quality and assessment tools are used to determine and prioritize risks for assessment and resolution. The risk analysis process is as follows: Identify the Risk This step is brainstorming. Reviewing the lists of possible risk sources as well as the project team's experiences and knowledge, all potential risks are identified. Using an assessment instrument, risks are then categorized and prioritized. The number of risks identified usually exceeds the time capacity of the project team to analyze and develop contingencies. The process of prioritization helps them to manage those risks that have both a high impact and a high probability of occurrence. Assess the Risk Traditional problem solving often moves from problem identification to problem solution. However, before trying to determine how best to manage risks, the project team must identify the root causes of the identified risks. The project team asks questions including: What would cause this risk? How will this risk impact the project? Develop Responses to the Risk Now the project team is ready to begin the process of assessing possible remedies to manage the risk or possibly, prevent the risk from occurring. Questions the team will ask include: What can be done to reduce the likelihood of this risk? What can be done to manage the risk, should it occur? Develop a Contingency Plan or Preventative Measures for the Risk The project team will convert into tasks, those ideas that were identified to reduce or eliminate risk likelihood. Those tasks identified to manage the risk, should it occur, are developed into short contingency plans that can be put aside. Should the risk occur, they can be brought forward and quickly put into action, thereby reducing the need to manage the risk by crisis.
      2014-08-10 10:08:03
  • Joseph Youssef Lebanon The production management includes responsibility for product and process design, planning and control issues involving capacity and quality, and organization and supervision of the workforce.
    2014-08-10 10:08:48

  • Joseph Youssef Lebanon we need more examples
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    • Yai Deng Yai South Sudan On what?
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