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Risk Identification

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Learning Objectives

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

•  Describe the process of risk identification on projects.

•  Create and populate a risk register.

•  Examine project requirements, goals, conditions, and circumstances to identify risks.

•  Determine whether a particular risk belongs to the project or is being sufficiently managed elsewhere.

•  Write a statement of risk in the “condition and consequence” format.

•  Apply a variety of tools and techniques to systematically identify and reduce project risk, including document review, standard and negative brainstorming, cause-and-effect diagramming ...

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