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1 Requirements & Specification, ESOF 328, Spring 2018 Software requirements and risk management, (Chapter 32), Jan. 19 Risk List Template ID Risk Description P L E First Indicator Risk Management Approach Owner Due 1 List each major risk facing the project. Describe each risk in the form “condition – consequence”. Example: “Subcontractor’s staff does not have sufficient technical expertise, so their work is delayed for training and slowed by learning curve.” *P *L *E For each risk, describe the earliest indicator or trigger condition that might indicate that the risk is turning into a problem. For each risk, state one or more approaches to avoid, transfer, control, minimize, or otherwise mitigate the risk. Accepting the risk is another option. Risk mitigation approaches should yield demonstrable results, so you can measure whether the risk exposure is changing. Assign each risk action to an indi- vidual.
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