Introductionrisk management

Introducing any new product, process or service is a risk to the business. Often risks are not considered early enough in a project, and mitigating action is not sufficiently well developed. This leads to “unconscious issue allowance” rather than conscious decision making to minimise the impact of risks should they manifest themselves.

Risks can be considered at a business, project or product level and should be formally recorded and managed appropriately and pro-actively.


What is covered?

  • Risk management theory and approach (formal training)
  • Risk identification, assessment and management
  • Risk categories and response types
  • Risk register, risk threshold matrix
  • Risk review process
  • Risk strategy

Expected benefits

Less surprises requiring expensive reaction or delaying project delivery. Team ownership of risk, reducing stress on individuals.