In Identifying Project Risks, you will learn about the Identify Risk process. You’ll learn how the Cost Management Plan is used to identify risk in regard to the cost constraints, or budget, of a project, and the Schedule Management Plan will be used to identify risks associated with project development. You will also learn how the Quality Management Plan is used to help determine the risks associated with integrating quality within work packages, or at the activity level. The Resource Plan helps detail risks associated with resource availability and their aptitude in regard to project deliverables. This helps ensure that the project manager has the right people at the right time to develop project deliverables. Additional inputs are all reviewed and taken into consideration to help drive and determine potential risk within a project. Upon completion of this course, you will know the required details and understand the skills required to identify project risk, and will have gained experience in detailing project plans, understanding assumptions, be able to revert to prior project artifacts for historical reference, and understand the need for organization within a project and the requirement for keeping accurate records and project artifacts.
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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: demonstrate various skills required to identify project risk: reviewing project documents for risk detailing project plans understanding assumptions reverting to prior project artifacts for historical reference understanding the need for organization as well as keeping accurate records and project artifacts apply organizational process assets to ensure consistency determine risks based upon analysis, review, and the application of expert judgment perform information gathering techniques: brainstorming the Delphi Technique Analysis: root cause checklist diagrams flowcharts influence diagrams SWOT create a risk register review project inputs