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Plan Risk Responses Inputs, Tools and Techniques, and Outputs
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The inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs for the Plan Risk Responses process are as follows
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Inputs Here s a summary of the inputs that should be considered for this process:
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Risk register (output from previous process) Risk management plan (including other project plans)
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Description of Risk Event
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Remove a poor performer from the project team Train a team member to improve their performance Seek additional funding to cover increased cost of materials Adjust the schedule to allow the use of more experienced person Hire a vendor/subcontractor to perform some of the work Order equipment early to take advantage of better pricing Work with the customer to ensure requirements are clear and dependencies are met
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Response Strategy
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Table 11-6 Sample Risk Response Strategies
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Tools and Techniques
Here are a few of the tools and techniques used in this process:
Strategy for dealing with negative risks and threats Strategy for dealing with positive risks and opportunities Contingent response strategies (designed for certain events that will be initiated only if a specific event occurs) For example, the loss of a highly skilled expert may require a unique response to obtain a specific-skilled resource replacement
Outputs The output shown below is unique for this process The other three outputs (risk register updates, PM plan updates, and project document updates) are similar to outputs from other processes, so I will only discuss the risk-related contract decisions output here
Risk-related contract decisions The information collected from inputs, and tools and techniques for the Plan Risk Responses process will influence the type of contract selected, the extent of shared risk, amount of insurance needed, or other key decisions
NOTE
The output from this process (contract decisions made) becomes the input to the Plan Procurements (Section 121) process and potentially other processes as well
Regardless of whether you are responding to threats or opportunities, there are some guidelines that should always be followed:
Reponses should be timely and well communicated Responses must be appropriate to the significance of the risk Responses should be cost effective (if possible) Responses must be realistic in nature Response can address multiple risks with a single root cause Responses should involve the team and other stakeholders
6 Monitor and Control Risks Process
After the risks have been identified and analyzed, the owners assigned, and the response strategies documented and communicated, it s time to monitor and control the risks This is an on-going process and needs to be reviewed and updated frequently I recommend a
11: Project Risk Management
weekly review, but what you choose depends on your project s length, complexity, and condition (troubled, stable, critical, and so on) The Monitor and Control Risks process involves implementing the approved risk response plan, tracking those risks that have been deemed high priority, watching out for all risks (even lower probability threats in some cases), monitoring residual and secondary risks (ripple effect), and watching for new risks that may surface To effectively control risks, you must be diligent in monitoring all risks, even though the majority of the focus is on those risks identified as most likely to occur or with high impact to the project Several tools and techniques are available for monitoring and controlling risks, such as trend analysis to look into the future for changes in risk probability and impact Here are some of the questions that need to be asked, answered, and reviewed often:
Are the assumptions for a particular risk event still valid Has anything changed on the project, such as scope, schedule, cost, staffing, expectations, type of materials, and requirements Are the risk policies and procedures documented and up to date Is the risk management plan being followed and reviewed regularly Are contingency reserves still appropriate and sufficient if needed
NOTE
The Monitor and Control Risks process requires all team members to keep a close eye on their area of the project It is important to use good management skills to weigh the situation and make decisions about all risk events in a timely manner The alternatives and options (risk response strategies) have to be clear and must be implemented as needed to meet the challenge of risk management on your project
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