I’m trying to study for my Management course and I need some help to understand this question.
Planning Projects, Part 3
All plans include some risk. Knowing what these risks might be and planning for them is essential. The other important element of a successful project is communication.
Read Schwalbe, Chapter 6, Planning Projects, Part 3. This chapter covers Project Quality, HR, Communications, Risk and Stakeholder Management.
Investigate identifying risks and designing risk management plans.
- Review the LinkedIn Learning course, Project Management Foundations, section 3 on identifying risks and creating a risk management plan.
Investigate Communication Plans
- Review the LinkedIn Learning course, Project Management Foundations, section 3 on setting up a communications plan.
Investigate Quality Management Plans
- Review the LinkedIn Learning course, Project Management Foundations, section 3 on developing a quality plan.
Create a risk register for the project using qualitative analysis/scoring. Use the template in the Important Documents site. You should identify at least 5 risks – things that could take your project off the rails. Type or Category is used to group risks with common themes so that perhaps they can be mitigated with minimal actions – so use 1 word – things like Scope, Budget, Schedule, Resources, etc. Risks are also complete sentences – “this might happen” – and if it does, “this is the impact”