Risk Register

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#1 Risk Register for the Recreation and Wellness Intranet Project # 11.5 No. | Rank | Risk | Description | Category | Root Cause | Triggers | Potential Responses | Risk Owner | Probability | Impact | Status | Risk Score | Response Strategy | R44 | 1 | Project Not Completed On time/New Customer | We have never done project for this organization and don’t know much about them. One of company’s strengths is building good customer relationships, which often leads to further projects with that customer. | People Risk | We won contract to work on a project we getting to know them | The PM and other senior mngt realize that this is a new customer and could easily misunderstand their needs or expectations. | Make sure the PM is sensitive to …show more content…
| Project not completed in time/New Customer | 4/9 | 2. | Poor security | 4/9 | 3. | Consultants, Inc late delivery of information | 4/9 | 4. | Users not being cooperative or participating | 9/9 | 5. | Consultants, Inc late delivery of user requirements | 3/9 | 6. | Loss of Key team members | 2/5 | 7. | Poor interface among team | 2/9 | 8. | Consultants, Inc late delivery of user interface | 4/9 | 9. | Effectively promoting project | 8/8 | 10. | Realizing the benefits of the system | 2/2 | 11. | Getting good employee input | 9/5 | 12. | Getting good management support | 2/5 |

Security risks are the currently existing risk that has changed the most in a negative way. Before, with internal analyst and coders, the risk of outsiders getting any proprietary knowledge was almost negligible. With outside consultants, this risk increases. Another issue in the subject of security is that now we have to open up our Intranet to the Consulting, Inc systems to allow better communication between project members and Consultants, Inc. personnel and for easier availability of data to Consultants, Inc personnel.

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