Examining Risk Analysis for Projects
Risk Analysis for projects is the evaluation of the profitability and impact of the occurrence of a risk in a project. Risk Analysis is typically conducted through either qualitative or quantitative techniques.
The level of risk to the project is the product of the probability of the risk occurring and the predicted impact that the risk will have on the project’s success.
A typical example…
A manufacturing company would conduct various kinds of risk analysis for projects before launching a new line of products. It will evaluate the probability and impact of risks such as the costs of research and design, the potential for future sales and revenue from a new product line; fluctuating consumer demand, competition from rivals; and pending consumer safety legislation, associated with the new venture that may govern the manufacturing of the new products.
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