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Sr No Name of paper Author Methodology

Project risk management: A combined identify various risk packages and analysing the risk factors and
1 analytic hierarchy process and decision deriving risk responses based on AHP framework and formulating
tree approach Prasanta Kumar Dey decision tree to identify best option

Martínez Lamas M,
2 Project Risk Management in it defines the tools and information sources that can be used to
AutomotiveIndustry. A Case Study Mejías Sacaluga AM1, perform the risk management.
Quintas Ferrín A, Pardo
Froján

Jimme A. Keizer, Jan-Peter Formulating and implementing conditions for successful application
3 Risks in New Product Development
Developing a Risk Reference Framework Vos & Johannes I.M. using FTA and FMEA
Halman

This research is applied to three companies, PT X, CV Y and UD Z.


They represent, consecutively, large, medium
Risk management in new product and small companies in hijab industry. Risk management framework
4 development process for fashion is adopted from Gray & Larson [13] while for
industry: Case study in hijab industry
Dyah Santhi Dewia *, the data processing, the integration between FMECA and HOR is
Bambang Syairudinb, Eka used.
Nahdliyatun Nikmahc

SUSTEROVA, M[onika];
5 RISK MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCT case study approach , identification of potential risk indiacators to
DEVELOPMENT PROCESS LAVIN, J[aak] & RIIVES, the risk grid
J[ueri]
A framework called house of risk (HOR) is developed, which
House of risk: a model combines the basic ideas of two well-known tools: the house of
6 for proactive supply chain quality of the quality function deployment
risk management Nyoman Pujawan and and the failure mode and effect analysis.
Laudine H. Geraldin

A Risk Management Framework for Chompoonoot SWOT analysis and porter five forces, risk identification,evaluation
7 New Kasemset*, Jaruwan and mitigation
Product Development: A Case Study Wannagoat, Wassanai
Wattanutchariya, Korrakot
Y. Tippayawong
Two methodologies were used in this work . The first one is case
8 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND RISK study . The second methodology was bibliographic raising in order to
PARTNERSHIP: A CASE STUDY Érico Veras Marques compose the theoretical reference and use of secondary data from
Luiz Carlos Di Serio reliable sources
Mauro Furtado

The Criticality of Risk Management in Create a Risk Management Core Team, a small team of
Product Development* key stakeholders who meet to ensure adoption of the
9 If Time-to-market is critical to your Jose Campos methodology, maintain Best Known Practices (BKP) and
team, Risk Management is report progress to management.
indispensable!

follows transparent, replicable and explicit methods " to locate


existing studies in particular field, select and evaluate scholarly
10 RISK MANAGEMENT IN NEW PRODUCT contributions from these existing studies, analyse and synthesize
DEVELOPMENT main findings and finally report the findings or outcomes" (Tranfield,
Denyer and Smart, 2003: 208) in an appropriate way.
MUHAMMAD AKRAM
AFZAL

This research follows an inductive design, commonly used to


develop theory from case studies (Eisenhardt, 1989;
THE PRACTICE OF Yin, 2009). It is based on three consecutive data-collection rounds.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN Results of earlier study steps inform the research
11 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: questions, research instruments (i.e., interview questionnaires and
INSIGHTS FROM THE LITERATURE code books), and case selection for subsequent
AND CASES IN HIGH-TECH
Antonie Jetter work. Insights gained from later data collection and analysis are used
Fatima Albar to revisit and reanalyze earlier studies.
Richard C. Sperry

Management among Research and Scott Anthony


12 Risk Mastroianni FMEA and the Two-Dimensional Risk Matrix
Development Projects
Lehigh University
Follow
MAPPING RISKS ON VARIOUS Stanko Škec
13 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Mario Štorga risk breakdown structure and survey methodology
TYPES Dorian Marjanović
14 A Risk Management System Framework In this study, both the AHP and fuzzy models are used for
for New Product Development (NPD) Seonmuk Park, Jongseong developing a systematic risk management framework.
Kim, Hoo Gon Choi

A STUDY OF UNCERTAINTY AND RISK


15 MANAGEMENT PRACTICE RELATIVE TO Craig Michael Harvett post-positivist research approach
PERCEIVED PROJECT COMPLEXITY Bond University

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE


16 MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL combine different methods of data collection and analysis.
RISKS ON INTERNATIONAL
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS MELISSA M. M. TEO
MARTIN LOOSEMORE

sequential PD models,waterfall model.On each milestone, risks are


assessed and monitored, but further progress is allowed only when
it is possible to answer crucial project (technical, market, etc.)
MAPPING RISKS ON VARIOUS questions. Therefore, the model strongly depends on advance
17 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS planning and proceeds well when customer requirements are stable;
TYPES otherwise, expensive inter-phase iterations are required. In
a spiral model, feedback loops and overlaps of different PD phases
emphasize the
Stanko Škec iterative nature of product development.
Mario Štorga
Dorian Marjanović