Quality was a serious issue, as they had to provide quality texts—if there were quality problemswith the printed product, they would have to spend time and money to fixing defects in their products. Deliveries started slipping past their requested dates and times. Global Green Books was unable to deliver eBooks to their customers on schedule. The local university was unhappy as their eBook products reached campus late for use by professors and student. In some cases, the books were a week or two late. Samantha had been hired as a project management assistant. In her new role as a project manager, one of the processes she was trying to institute was risk management. She started looking at what was happening in the business, talking about it with the owners and employees,and heard about the college’s unhappiness. As she did this, she started identifying risks and potential risks. As she went along, she started doing more proactive risk analysis and risk response planning, and as she did surprises and issues were reduced. By talking with stakeholders and addressing their concerns, communication with stakeholders was also enhanced.