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SIRK-Kit Risk Analysis Kit 2nd Edition

Product Code: RISKKIT2NDED

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SIRK-Kit Risk Analysis Kit 2nd Edition

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SIRK-Kit Risk Analysis Kit 2nd Edition
Developed by Rita Mulcahy

Fun and easy tools to unscramble project risk and save your reputation.

Why spend hours and hours identifying and then sorting risks for their probability and impact? This kit provides you with a fast and FUN way to collect and sort risks. (Some risk management methods can take over 20 hours to determine qualitative impacts and probabilities for 100 risks.) This kit provides you with the materials and the method for determining the probability and impact of 100 risks in around 10 minutes. Using this kit gains project managers added buy-in and cooperation from participants with a fast and efficient process. The kit also helps communicate to others who participate in its use that risk management is a professional and required process, but also one that can be fast and fun—not academic and boring. The SIRK-Kit Risk Analysis Kit includes:

  • One copy of Risk Management, Tricks of the Trade® including descriptions on using the rest of the Kit
  • A 6' X 6' Risk Analysis Chart to sort and qualify risks
  • 10 packages of 50 each of SIRK-Kit RMC Risk Notes to use to record identified risks and relevant information about the risk for use in the entire risk management process
Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Book, Floor Chart and Risk Notepads
Subjects Risk Management, Project Management
Weight 8.0000

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