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Mini-Case Study: The Back to School Crunch at Global Green Books Publishing Ques- 1 What risks can you identify? Why are they a risk to Global Green Books Publishing? Answer Risks identified for Global Green Books Publishing 1. Employ unqualified people (undergraduates who have no experience and free time) to complete the work. 2. The customer order cannot be delivered on time (the delivery starts to exceed the date and time requested by the customer). 3. High quality text cannot be provided. 4. As a small business, it chose a big project. The global green paper publishing industry relies on part-time employees, which is a high risk. The staff union leads to uncertainty in working hours, as it delays due to other tasks and delays work. Inexperienced part-time employees can also lead to a decline in product quality, and they will have to spend more time and money to fix product defects. Therefore, these will expose the company to resource risks, product quality risks and financial risks.
Ques- 2 What kind of impacts does each of your identified risks have? Can you categorize these as low impact, medium impact, or high impact? Answer High risk: Hiring college students with flexible working hours and no plans, I think this is one of the high risks . Because the working hours of part-time college students are uncertain, and the length of working hours is also uncertain, the result is that the work cannot be completed on time.

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