Saturday, February 4, 2012


Inputs of Risk Identification Process:
  1. Enterprise Environmental Factors - Published information, including commercial databases, academic studies, benchmarking, or other industry studies, may also be useful in identifying risks.
  2. Organizational Process Assets - Information on prior projects may be available from previous project files, including actual data and lessons learned.
  3. Project Scope Statement - Uncertainty in project assumptions should be evaluated as potential causes of project risk.
  4. Risk Management Plan
  5. Project Management Plan
Tools and Techniques used in Risk Identification:
  1. Documentation Reviews
  2. Information Gathering Techniques like Brainstorming,  technique, Interviewing, Root cause identification, Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis
  3. Checklist Analysis - Risk identification checklists can be developed based on historical information
  4. Assumptions Analysis
  5. Diagramming Techniques like Cause-and-effect diagrams, System or process flow charts, Influence diagrams

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