How can I manage risk responses?
A response is like a bridge between understanding a risk and the activities to control it. Responses determine, to a large extent, the potential benefits of risk management in a project.
Phases risk response planning
Finding responses to risks can be viewed as a multi-step process:
- Generate Responses: the project team tries to come up with as many alternative responses as possible. Quantity and originality are important during this step.
- Detail Responses: ideas for responses need elaboration. What exactly has to happen and what are the costs and benefits to be expected?
- Select Responses: the project team needs to decide which of the available responses should be implemented and which ones are to be discarded.
- Deliver Responses: the project team needs to implement the plans to deliver the selected responses.
other responses: how is it possible to...
- view responses
- sort responses
- delete responses
- Link responses to other risks
- edit responses
- Add responses
- maintaining responses
- implementing responses
- selecting responses
- Generating responses
- What risk strategy is the most effective?
- What basic responses exist for project risks?
- What does the response window look like?