Minimize the Consequences

Minimize the Consequences

Ensure minimal disruption to a project when a challenge crops up by using this simple process for risk mitigation

Updated Aug 28, 2017

Being good at risk mitigation takes creativity. oftentimes it involves seeing the situation in a different way, identifying a variety of possible solutions, and being willing to try something new or different. This at times can be a challenge. However, when it comes to mitigating project risk, being open to new ideas and asking others for input is an essential component to anyone’s success. Risk mitigation is about identifying actions you and the project team can take to minimize the negative impact or consequences of a particular project risk. While there are a few ways you can approach this task, we have identified a short and simple process to help you get there.

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This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute).