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Tip of the Week – Risk Management Opportunities

Tip of the Week: Risk Management: Risk Management is the process of managing risks and opportunities. It is often difficult to have risk identification sessions to include opportunities because people generally think of risks as possible negative impacts . To combat

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Tip of the Week: Risk Management Steps

Tip of the Week: Risk Management: The steps for Risk Management are Planning, Identification, Analyze & Prioritize, Response Planning, Execution, Evaluation and Updating Lessons Learned (Feed the Process). Visit www.alluvionic.com for more tips.

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Tip of the Week: Risk Register Key Elements

Tip of the Week: Risk Management: Risk registers do not have to be complicated, they need to be managed. The minimum key elements of a risk register are Risk Description, Impact, Probability, Prioritization,  Mitigation, and Current status. Visit www.alluvionic.com for more tips.

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Tip of the Week: Risk Registers

Tip of the Week: Risk Management: Risk registers should be reviewed regularly and not just put on a shelf after kickoff. Risks change as the project progresses and these risks needs to be addressed before they are realized. Ignoring risks

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Tip of the Week: Communication Plans

Tip of the Week: Communication plans need to come from an overall communication strategy that explains the audience and messaging. This strategy helps when the details of the plan are being defined. The strategy should be vetted and approved by the

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Tip of the Week: Assumptions

Tip of the Week: Project Schedule Do’s and Don’ts – DO add assumptions and deliverables to the notes field to help clarify, as appropriate. Visit www.alluvionic.com for more tips.

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Tip of the Week: Project Schedule Task Descriptions

Tip of the Week: Project Schedule Do’s and Don’ts –  DON’T use generic, non-unique task descriptions (ex: Unit Test); DO make task descriptions completely unique and include an action verb (ex: Perform Unit Test on 123 Module); usually the summary tasks

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