John and his project team identified some risks during the first month of the Recreation and Wellness Intranet Project. However, all they did was document the risks in a list. They never ranked the risks or developed any response strategies. Because the project has had several problems, such as key team members leaving the company, users being uncooperative, and team members not providing good status information, Tony decided to be more proactive in managing risks and want to address positive risks as well as negative risks.
Complete the following tasks:
Create a risk register for the project. Identify 6 potential risks, including risks related to the problems described in the previous paragraph. Include negative and positive risks.
Develop a 45- to 90-word response strategy for each risk. Enter the information in the risk register. (This is the one that gets most people, 45-90 words for EACH of the six risks.
Write a separate 175-word paragraph describing what specific tasks would be required to implement the strategy. Include time and cost estimates for each strategy. (This is the other one that gets many people. You need a time and cost estimate for each strategy. Not one estimate, but one for each strategy and they all cannot be “No Cost” or “No added time”)