Provides doctypes for documenting and tracking risks.
Risks refer to events that may or may not have impact on a project. This impacts may be in favor for the success of the project, but often the risks with a negative impact are of more concern.
To manage risks the project management set of doctypes provides blueprints.
The Doctypes for Risk Management requires the projectdoc Toolbox to be installed. The projectdoc Toolbox has a commercial license.
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List of Doctypes
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Document assumptions to assess risks and opportunities for the project.
Assumptions are grouped by their type.
Document and track identified opportunities for the project.
Opportunities are grouped by their type.
Document problems as a means to communicate the details and to use the information for reviews and retrospections.
Problems are grouped by their type.
Document and track identified risks for the project.
Document actions to prevent or reduce the negative impact on exceptions on a project.
Risk actions are grouped by their type.
Risks are grouped by the phase of their impact on the project.
Risks are grouped by the probability of having impact on the project.
Risks are grouped by the severity of their impact on the project.
Document targets of risks.
Risk tagets are grouped by their type.
Risks are grouped by their type.
Values as Document Instances
This model assumes that probability is a category and not a plain number. A category, such as risk probability 'high' requires a description on how to associate a risk with this probability. In this case adding a document of type Risk Probability is a natural way to provided this documentation.
In case you model expresses the value as a percentage or an absolute number, you may consider to use a macro to prevent users entering illegal values by accident.