Learn how to implement project risk management best practices from our expert at https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProjectRiskManagementPlottingandManagingRiskInProjects so that you can more effectively plot and manage risk factors in projects.
Watch the video as ProjectManager.com Director Devin Deen takes you through the 4 steps to bring together your project management risk register.
Find out why the most important first step is to get your risk list together.
Many project managers simply email their project team members and ask them to send in things they think might go wrong in terms of risk to the project.
Not so with Devin. He prefers to get his entire project team together, along with some of his client representatives on the project and do a risk identification session in terms of scope, time, cost and quality.
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I learned nothing but 'hold another meeting' . Your transition animations were well done, but wheres the content? ...Define/list your common mitigation strategies/techniques? Define impact assessment methods used for quantification?
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