- Review formats of a Probability & Impact matrix, a Risk Breakdown Structure and other visual
examples in the "Appendix D" of the Practice Standards for Risk Management (PMI, 2009). What types of project management tables, checklists, methods, and charts would you use to:
- Ranking of project risks in scope
- Displaying risks to project resources or project budgets
- Identifying risks in scheduling that would 'impact' the critical path
How could you use the project management tables, checklists, methods, and charts mentioned above?
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