Risk Breakdown Structure Sample

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Risk Breakdown Structure ID RBS Element Definition
1.0
1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2

Internal
Business Partner Business Sponsorship Business Department Staffing Business Processes Corporate department with the business problem to be solved or business function to be supported. Business case, support from business department, executive involvement, degree of active involvement by business sponsor. Business analysts reporting within business department, how dedicated or fragmented business department reps are, availability of business department reps, business rep authority to speak for and commit their department. Business process redesign, either as part of the work effort or outside the work effort. Clarity, adequacy, and compatibility of
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Security for portable assets. Need to transport, change out, or upgrade equipment. Building safety, power/heating/cooling, sire security. Specific needs such as loading docks, equipment storage. Includes capacity expansions necessitated by reaching limits of current capacity for floor space, power, etc. Need to acquire rights to use intellectual property. Need to protect intellectual property produced.

1.4.2

Business Partner Change

1.4.3

Business Operations Change

1.5 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.5.3

Non-Staff Resources Work Space Equipment Physical Infrastructure

1.5.4

Intellectual Property

2.0
2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3

Process
Communication Communication Complexity Information Needs Communication Dissemination Historical Information

How work is done.
Inclusive of all communications at any level. Complexity of the communication network within the program/project or with other parts of the organization. Amount and criticality of incoming information. Reliability and timeliness of information received. Vulnerability to gaps in incoming communications. Amount and criticality of information that must be disseminated. Ability to prepare communication appropriately. Availability of adequate channels. Vulnerability to gaps in outgoing communications. Availability, applicability, accuracy, and adequacy of lessons learned in the past, to guide current decisions & planning. All the steps to determine what work is to be done. Initiative budget. Potential for
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