Managing Risks and Constraints

In This Chapter

  • Understanding how risks involve uncertainty and loss
  • Handling risks of all kinds
  • Maintaining a risk register
  • Constraints that bind you

A good project manager evaluates risks right from the beginning of the project. Even with clear goals, you need to assess the probability that something will go wrong and keep you from completing the project successfully. On a small project, this step may take only a few moments to ponder, but on a larger project, risk assessment can be a substantial effort. The goal of the risk and constraint analysis is to establish the feasibility of the project within ...

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