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MPM344-1304A-01 Project Risk Management IP2 A+ rated
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Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.

Assignment:

For this assignment, you will use what you identified as your approach in this week’s Discussion Board to identify and assess all of the risks that are associated with your project. You should identify a minimum of 8 risks then assess them by employing the techniques that you selected in the Discussion Board assignment.

For the compilation of your risk assessment component, you may use a table similar to the following:

 

Note: This is just a sample, and you may choose to represent it in a different format as long as you have all of the pertinent risk-related information, including the following:

•Risk name

•Risk description

•Likelihood (using a scale)

•Impact (use both as a scale and description)

Leave room to append more information later to show your mitigation strategy.

The following is an example of ranking the risks using a 2x2 risk matrix approach

 

In this sample 2x2 ranking matrix, the risks that should receive the highest priority are the risks that are in quadrant 1, and the risks that will receive the least attention are in quadrant 4.

 

Deliverables:

 

The overall project deliverables are the following:

•Update the Key Assignment Document title page with a new date and project name.

•Update previously completed sections based on instructor feedback.

•Complete the New Content below, and copy it under the sections in Key Assignment Document called "Project Risks Identification" and "Project Risks Assessment": ◦New Content Project Risks IdentificationUse the project risk categories that you brainstormed during the previous week to categorize the risks that you have determined for this assignment.

Show a list of stakeholders and project teams that you utilized to identify risks.

Thoroughly describe each project risk (at least 8), which includes the source for identifying the risk.

Identify and show the specific technique that you used to identify the risks, such as cause and effect, a fishbone diagram, a SWOT analysis, interview notes, and an assumption list.

Project Risks Assessment Create a table similar to the sample above, or use another method to list the risk, the likelihood of occurrence, and the overall severity of impact if it occurs.

Fill in the table with the information from the project identification utilizing the 2 scales that you determined as a part of your Discussion Board assignment. Be sure to consider both the cost and schedule impact as you determine the overall impact.

Rank your risks based on both the likelihood and impact using a technique, such as 2x2 matrix as shown in the assignment description section.

 

 

 

•Be sure to update your table of contents before submission.

•Name the document "yourname_MPM344_IP2.doc."

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  • MPM344-1304A-01 Project Risk Management IP2 A+ rated
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    Table of content Project Outline i.1. Project Description i.2. Project Milestones i.2.1.1. Past Milestones i.2.1.2. Future Milestones Risk Management Justification i.3. Letter to Project Sponsor i.4. Risk Management Steps i.4.1. Risk Management Planning i.4.2. Identifying Risk Events i.4.3. Qualitative Risk Analysis i.4.4. Quantitative Risk Analysis i.4.5. Risk Response Planning i.4.6. Risk Monitoring and Control i.5. Risk Management Step Diagram Project Risks Identification i. Report on Stakeholders/Project Teams Utilized to Identify Risks. ii. 8 types of risks i.1.1.1. Technical Risks i.1.1.2. Equipment Risks i.1.1.3. Costs Risks i.1.1.4. Staff Risks i.1.1.5. Schedule/Delivery Risks i.1.1.6. Programmatic Risks i.1.1.7. Client Risks i.1.1.8. Scope Risks Project Risks Assessment i.2. Risks Probability Matrix i.3. Risks Assessment Chart Project Outline Project Description The I-73/I-74 extension corridor had been discussed many times during the late nineteen 80’s and early nineteen 90’s. There were numerous issues that arose with the project that prevented it from actually making it to committee in order to debate and either reject or approve the project. It wasn’t until 1991 that the project was finally given the green light in prepar

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