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Risk techniques by Mind Map: Risk techniques
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Risk techniques

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Risk Context Identification

Horizon scanning

PEST analysis

variants, DESTEP, PESTLE, PESTEL, STEEPLE, STEEPLED

Stakeholder analysis (category)

RACI, variants, RACI, Responsible, Assists, Consulted, Informed, RACI, Recommends, Approves, Consulted, Informed, alternatives, RASCI, RACI-VS, RACIO, DACI, RAPID®

Staholder Map

Influence / Interest matrix / Power-impact matrix / Power-impact grid, Example #1

Commitment planning chart, Example #1

SWOT analysis

Probability impact grid

a.k.a. Risk Matrix

Risk Identification

Brainstorming

Cause and effect diagram

a.k.a. Ishikawa diagram

a.k.a. Fishbone diagram

variation, Cause and effect diagram with the addition of cards (CEDAC)

Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) or Event Tree Analysis (ETA)

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Group techniques

Brainstorming

Nominal group

Delphi, variation, Wideband Delphi

Hazard Analysis (HAZAN) e Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP)

Information Gathering Techniques

Interview with experts

Life Cycle Cost Analysis

Periodic Risk Review

PERT

Project Risk Ranking

Project Cost Overruns monitored by means of budget

Project Time Overruns Monitored by means of schedule

Project Raw Data

Risk Checklist

e.g., Facilitated Risk Analysis Process (FRAP) by Thomas R. Peltier

Risk Register, Risk Log, Risk Documentation Form or Risk Management Ledger

Questionnaires and interviews

Weighting

Risk Analysis and Evaluation

Clusters Analysis

Critical Path Method (CPM) or Critical Path Analysis (CPA)

Group techniques

Brainstorming

Nominal group

Delphi, variation, Wideband Delphi

Risk Register, Risk Log, Risk Documentation Form or Risk Management Ledger

Probability and Impact Grids, Risk Matrix or Risk Map

Project Risk Ranking

Probabilistic analysis and Reliability Analysis

Monte Carlo simulation

Multi-criteria analysis with fuzzy logic

PERT

SWOT

Analytic Hierarchy Process

Weighting

Planning and Implementing Actions against the Risk

5W2H

5W3H

6W2H

6W3H

Action Plan or Mitigation Plan with Avoiding, Transferring or Mitigating actions against risk

Continuous review of the Action Plan or the Mitigation Plan with Avoiding, Transferring or Mitigating actions against Risk

Contract as a tool for mitigation, transfer and elimination of risk

Design Flexibility

Contingency plan

Risk Owner definition

Planning and Re-planning of the project with optimized resource allocation

SWOT

Risk Monitoring

Customer satisfaction survey

Balanced Score Card (BSC)

Earned Value Management (EVM) and Earned Value Analysis (EVA)

Extended Balanced Score Card (EBSC)

Key Performance Index (KPIs)

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Key Risk Indicators (KRIs)

Monitoring by means of Milestones

Organisational structure of Risk monitoring

Periodic risk review

PERT

Project Cost Overruns monitored by means of budget

Project Raw Data

Project Time Overruns monitored by means of schedule

Quality control

Reported Monitoring of Project Risks, including Status Risks Report and Status Actions Taken Against Risks

S-Curve

Communication and Integration in the Project Risk Management Process

Communication practices

Integration practices

Knowledge management

Report of Situation of Actions Against Risks

Risk Awerness programs

Stakeholders' behaviours and expectations management

Training and Capacity

Supportive practices of the Project Risk Management Process

Benchmarking

Document Review

Human Resources Management practice

Periodic Risk Meeting or Periodic Project Meeting

Project Risk Management Maturity Analysis

Prototype, Mock-up

Quality

Total Quality Management (TQM)

EFQM, EFQM Excellence Model

ISO 9001

Risk Prioritization

Risk prioritization goes beyond risk ranking in that it compares scenarios (combinations of specific commodities, hazards, and control measures) using multiple criteria, and not just the public health risk

Prioritizing risk using probability and impact

Probability-impact picture (PIP), Example #1

Probability-Impact Matrix (PIM), Example #1, PIM extension using sliding windows, Example #1

Expected Value, Example #1

Variance / standard deviation, Example #1

Prioritizing risk using multi-attribute techniques

Generalised multi-attribute risk prioritisation, Example #1

Bubble chart, Example #1, Example #2

Risk prioritisation chart, Example #1

Uncertainty-importance matrix, Example #1

High-level risk models

Prioritizing risk using quantitative approach

Prioritisation techniques based on quantitative modelling

Simple quantitative models

Increasing detail and complexity in quantitative risk models

Component risks within an activity / cost item

Schedule risk analysis

NPV risk model

Simple project risk re-estimating model developed from a portfolio perspective

Influence diagrams and system dynamics

Monte Carlo output statistics

Links with other risk prioritisation techniques

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