A Brief Note On Risk Identification And Assessment

1599 WordsJul 27, 20167 Pages
12.0 Risk Identification & Assessment Risk is an on-going responsibility for all team members to identify. As the plan unfolds, situations may occur that spark other risks to be identified. Anticipated risks are identified below and will be documented for consideration by other team members and leadership, as they arise. The risks are considered to be minor and not a significant impact to the project. Other aspects of a risk will be recorded in a mitigation plan if assigned. The following potential risks are identified to ensure that management is aware of the top risks for the project and the nature of the risks before it starts. The following issues are thinks to be aware of: 1. List templates cannot be created and moved over from 2010 to 2013 due to versioning issues. However, they can be moved over using the Export to Excel method as long as there are no attachments. 2. Blogs and Discussion Boards cannot be moved over due to versioning issues. 3. In a few instances of migrating documents over from 2010 to 2013, the option to update the keywords field is unavailable. The approach we have taken to manage risks for this project included a methodical process by which the project team identified, scored, and ranked the various risks. The most likely and highest impact risks were added to the project schedule to ensure that the assigned risk managers take the necessary steps to implement the mitigation response at the appropriate time during the schedule. Risk managers
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