Group Discussion Board 4 - ALASKA FLY FISHING EXPEDITION-Part 2 FINAL

Group Discussion Board 4 - ALASKA FLY FISHING EXPEDITION-Part 2 FINAL

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Alaska Fly-Fishing Expedition: Case Study Group Discussion Board 4- Part 2 December 15, 2011 Hector Nunez, Karen White Liberty University BUSI 680 Overview In the case presented by Larson and Gray (2011), we have been provided details regarding an Alaska Fly-Fishing Expedition project for which we have been tasked with determining potential risks, analyzing those risks, and then developing a response matrix for those risks. The expedition spans from June 21 to June 25, cannot exceed a cost of $27,000, and will take place down the Tikchik River system in Alaska. The deliverables, milestones, technical requirements, and limits and exclusions have been provided to further define the scope of the project. Risk Identification Larson and Gray (2011) explain that a common mistake made during risk identification is to focus on not meeting objectives instead of what could prevent objectives from being met. For instance, one of the technical requirements for the expedition is to provide digital cellular devices for communication. An external risk associated with this requirement may be the
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Group Discussion Board 4 - ALASKA FLY FISHING EXPEDITION-Part 2 FINAL

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