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Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules by Steve McConnell

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Risk Identification

 

If you don't ask for risk information, you are asking for trouble.

 
 --Tom Gilb

The first step in managing risks is to identify the factors that pose a risk to your schedule. Three general risks to any rapid-development project are overlooking the first three pillars of rapid development, which were described in Chapter 2, Chapter 2:

Once you get past these general risks, you'll find almost as many different risks as there are software projects. Some risks appear again and again, however, and one of the easiest ways to identify risks is ...

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