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Identifying High Risk Projects

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Industry : IT Products
Functional Area : Application Software
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Propose a Framework for Risk Management in IT projects.

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1 Success Criteria and Performance Measurment...!!!
2 Multiple Factors
By : Puneet Maurya
V. Srinivas  |  Added idea  "Earned Value Management"  |  4 years ago
Once, a project is hopefully on the tracks, it has to be regularly monitored to identify progress. One of the ways can be the "Earned Value". This can be the Budget Cost of Work Achieved, and Actual Cost of Work Achieved. This can be "Cost" both...
M NITIN SHENOY  |  Added idea  "Success Criteria and Performance Measurment...!!!"  |  5 years ago
Sucess Criteria deifined in a project shall act as a scale or benchmark. Achievement of this benchmark determines that the project is sucessful as per plan. Inorder to assess whether project is on track or to forecast whether in future the...
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All companies have a risk tolerance, some companies have a higher tolerance for risk than other companies do, many follow few lead. Those risks that a company is willing to take, either bet the company, or smaller risks like bet the product help define the potential of a company in survival, either as leader, follower or failure. Risk management is an essential element of every business process particularly in information technologic firms were IT Security is an important part of the process of ensuring projects work and the result will be used. While this is just one school of thought in the entire systems delivery life cycle (SDLC) , the understanding of risk, and the risk inheritance amo...
By : Ajeet Jha
Shabab Khan  |  Commented  |  5 years ago
Good One! ITIL has a very good chapter on Project Risk Management... Most of the risks are raised due to gaps in understanding, stakeholders requirement volatility, delivery team capabilities, Technology Capabilities and Process Maturity mapped...
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1 Lack of proper Change Management!
2 Management lacks commitment
By : Prarthana Devi
KK Mahesh  |  Supported idea  "Lack of proper Change Management!"  |  6 years ago
For a reengineering project the essential components are - Top Management, Strategy, Technology, Training, Focus of Key issues. However even if the rest of the components are taken care of by a great reengineering team, without the involvement of...
Shrikrishna K Pathak  |  Added idea  "Lack of proper Change Management!"  |  6 years ago
Any Business Process Re-engineering Project needs a strong base of adaquate Change Management to be in place. The basic foundation of a re-engineering project is to re-engineer (most of the times modify) the existing processes. To convince the...
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By : Sameer Joshi
Rabirashmi Ghosh  |  Answered  |  6 years ago
Risks can be categorized primarily as Unknown-Unknowns, Known-Unknowns and Known-Knowns. Unknown-Unknowns : These are completely unanticipated risks. Not much can be done about it and usually outside the purview of the PM. Known-Unknowns : These...
RanjithKumar Panjabikesan  |  Answered  |  6 years ago
There are two kinds of risks.  Positive Risks are Opportunities,  Negative Risks  are Threats. PMI PMBOK   3rd Edition- Globally accepted Project Management Methodology includes RISK MANAGEMENT knowledge Area, Varioues Processes  Inputs, Tools...
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Background Businesses today must ensure they understand the growing issue of 'risk' especially around their IT, where users, new technologies and the spread of sensitive data combine to create an environment in which risk is prevalent. From understanding how risk manifests itself to the ways business should assess and address their level of exposure to risk, an issue which is far more complicated than binary notions of 'secure' or 'insecure'. Can you risk not to read it?   What is Risk? Risk is the probability that a hazard will turn into a disaster. Vulnerability and hazards are not dangerous, taken separately. But if they come together, they become a risk or, in other words, the probabili...
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Just as King Arthur’s knights gathered around their roundtable to try and divine the future intentions of invaders and other threats to the realm, financial services and other enterprise organizations have a critical need to share information about emerging cybercrime threats and attacks. It's no surprise that financial institutions are assuming a leadership role when it comes to addressing cyber security issues and protecting customers. After all, increases in phishing incidents and other forms of online fraud are dramatically heightening consumer concerns about the safety of the Internet for conducting financial transactions. At the same time, lost and stolen data, including personally id...
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