Evaluating and documenting pilot project risks allow you to develop mitigation plans and processes to maximize the success rate of the project. Business, technical, and resource risks should be captured, documented, reviewed, and acted on in a timely and consistent manner. The project risk list should be maintained and available to the entire pilot project team. Team members should be encouraged to raise new risks during the course of the project, but they also should assist in developing creative and effective solutions to eliminate or largely mitigate each risk.
Table 23-2 provides a list of required parameters that a project risk list should contain.
Table 23-2. Project Risk Items
Numeric value that uniquely ...