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Picking The Right Process
A Lower Risk Approach - Iterative Development
Key Principles
Iterative Risk Driven Approach
Senior Management Commitment
High Level of Communication - Keep Talking!
Highly Skilled Development Team
Use Case Driven Approach
Change Control
Visual Modelling - 'A picture is worth a thousand words'
Are You Really Risk Focused?
Longer Term Business Continuity
Rule 1: Make Risk Management Part of Your Project
Rule 2: Identify Risks Early in Your Project
Rule 3: Communicate About Risks
Rule 4: Consider Both Threats and Opportunities
Rule 5: Clarify Ownership Issues
Rule 6: Prioritise Risks
Rule 7: Analyse Risks
Rule 8: Plan and Implement Risk Responses
Rule 9: Register Project Risks
Rule 10: Track Risks and Associated Tasks
1. Disregarding Enterprise Risk Management
2. Using Incomplete Risk Breakdown Structure
3. Ignoring Subjectivity
4. Assigning All The Risks to The Project Manager
5. Neglecting Risk Management Benefit Cost Analysis
6. Misusing Contingency Reserve
7. Doing it Once
Appropriate Monitoring and Mitigation
Record Once not in Multiple Related Projects
More Risks Recorded, the Longer the Project will Take
Accept the Risk as is
Opportunities Arise
Organisational Context
Stakeholder Involvement
Organisational Objectives
M_o_R Approach
Roles and Responsibilities
Support Structure
Early Warning Indicators
Review Cycle
Overcoming Barriers to M_o_R
Supportive Culture
Continual Improvement
Step #1: Identify
Step #2: Quantify and Prioritise
Step #3: Address
Step #4: Monitor
Step #5: Record
Consider Agile Development Techniques
Get Real
Risk 1: Inherent schedule flaws
Risk 2: Requirements Inflation
Risk 3: Employee Turnover
Risk 4: Specification Breakdown
Risk 5: Poor Productivity
On Agile Solutions
Step One: Identify Risks (Who cares?)
Step Two: Analyse and Quantify the Risk (What do they care about?)
The Secret to Success
Defining "Risk"
The Risk Management Process
Creating a Risk Register or Risk Matrix
Important Things to Remember
The Common Constraints
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