Projects fail. Often they do so because the project stakeholders do not have a common understanding of the risks that could throw the project off track. But it is possible to “identify, anticipate and mitigate” the risks that are likely to have a negative impact on project progress.
Great business sponsors and project managers recognize this. They implement a project risk management process that engages all of the key stakeholders and creates this “identify, anticipate, and mitigate" approach to managing project risks. This framework is the result of many years of doing so successfully. It has proven itself again and again on all kinds and sizes of projects.
See how to implement this approach on your project or in your organization.
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