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PROJECT RISK REGISTER

S.No. RISK ID. RECORDED DETAILS OF RISK RISK IMPACT CAUSE OF RISK RISK SOURCE RISK CATEGORY RISK RISK RISK RISK TREATMENT ACTION PLAN/RESOLUTION RISK OWNER PRIORITY REQUIRED ACTUAL REVISED REVISED REVISED STATUS IS RISK STILL APPLICABLE CONTIGENCY PLAN IF ANY REMARKS
DATE LIKELIHOOD CONSEQUENCE VALUE OPTION ACTION DATE ACTION DATE LIKELIHOOD CONSEQUENCE RISK VALUE

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1. Risk Rating and Classification
LIKLIHOOD
1 2 3 4 5
CO 1 1 2 3 4 5
NS
EQ 2 2 4 6 8 10
UE
NC
E 3 3 6 9 12 15

4 4 8 12 16 20

5 5 10 15 20 25

High Risk
Medium Risk
Low Risk

2. Risk Treatment Options


RISK TREATMENT OPTIONS
1 CHANGE THE CONSEQUENCE
2 ACCEPT
3 TAKE RISK & IMPROVE RISK TO AVAIL FURTHER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
4 AVOID
5 SHARE THE RISK
6 CHANGE THE LIKLIHOOD
7 REMOVE THE RISK SOURCE
OPPORTUNITY
CHANGE THE CONSEQUENCE
ACCEPT
TAKE RISK & IMPROVE RISK TO AVAIL FURTHER BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AVOID
SHARE THE RISK
CHANGE THE LIKLIHOOD
REMOVE THE RISK SOURCE
Action List Summary
Department Open
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0
0
Project Management Risk Category
1. Lack of your project management efforts.
2. Lack of knowledge by stakeholders.
3. Imposed requirements to project management approach.
4. Project schedule.
5. Quality.
Stakeholders
6. Executive Support.
7. Sponsor-caused risks.
8. Conflicting stakeholders.
9. Unidentified stakeholders.
Scope and Requirements
10. Poor rolling wave planning.
11. Inconsistent Requirements.
12. Unclear requirements.
13. Feasibility of requirements.
14. Poorly defined scope.
15. The absence of WBS
Change Management
16. Inconsistent Change Management.
HR Management
17. Poorly managed conflicts.
18. Inappropriate resources.
19. Team motivation.
20. Team acquisition timeline.
21. Unclear roles and responsibilities.
Communications and Decision Making
22. Inefficient communication.
23. Unreliable media
24. Insecure communication.
25. Poor decision making.
26. Incompetence in decision making.
27. Slow feedback
Enterprise Environmental Factors
28. Resistance to changes
29. Lack of expertise.
30. Inefficient processes.
31. Security measures.
32. Internal politics
33. Infrastructure.
Lack of Risk Management
34. Secondary Risks
35. Residual Risks
36. Unidentified risks
37. Procurement.
38. Lack of authority
Technical Solutions
39. Dependency on technical solutions.
40. Design and architecture.
41. Integration.
External Risks
42. There is a whole set of external events that may impact the project.
43. User Acceptance
Risk Category Risk sources are fundamental drivers that cause risks in a project or organization. Th
Cost risk
Schedule risk Risk categories are “bins” used for collecting and organizing risks. Identifying risk cat
Performance risk,
Governance risk
Strategic risks
Operational risk
Market risks
Legal risks
Risks associated with external Factors
s in a project or organization. There are many sources of risks, both internal and external to a project. Risk sources identify where risks can

ganizing risks. Identifying risk categories aids the future consolidation of activities in risk mitigation plans.
sources identify where risks can originate
Cumulative
Causes Frequency Cumulative % 80% Cut of
Total
Cause 1 20 20 17% 80%
Cause 2 18 38 32% 80%
Cause 3 15 53 45% 80%
Cause 4 13 66 56% 80%
Cause 5 12 78 67% 80%
Cause 6 10 88 75% 80%
Cause 7 8 96 82% 80%
Cause 8 8 104 89% 80%
Cause 9 6 110 94% 80%
Cause 10 4 114 97% 80%
Cause 11 2 116 99% 80%
Cause 12 1 117 100% 80%

Total 117
Frequency #

0
5
10
15
20
25
Cause 1

20
Cause 2

18
Cause 3

15
Cause 4

Cause 5 13
12

Cause 6
10
8

Cause 7
Pareto Chart

Cause 8
6

Cause 9
4

Cause 10
Rule)

Cause 11
80% Cut off (80:20

Cause 12
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%

Cumulative %
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
Cumulative %

40%
30%
20%
10%
0%