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Introduction to Managing Enterprise Risks

The Risk Register and Mitigation/Response Plans in RiskyProject Enterprise behave in a manner similar to the standalone desktop version of RiskyProject. However, there are a number of important differences:

  • Each time you add a risk to the Risk Register in RiskyProject Enterprise, it will be instantly saved to the database. You can add risks using the Risk Register or Risk Properties views or the Risk tab in Task Information or Resource Information dialog boxes in a project.
  • Similarly, if you add mitigation or response plans, these will be instantly saved to the database and shared between different projects.
  • You must have permissions to add, modify or delete risks, mitigation, and response plans.
  • Once added to the register, you can share risks among different projects based on their portfolio visibility (approval) settings.
  • You may choose to assign risks to specific projects, summary projects, or the enterprise level of the project hierarchy.
  • You can assign different probabilities and impacts for the same risk to different projects or levels of the hierarchy.
  • Risks can be visible (approved) in some projects and hidden (not approved) in others.
  • Risk may have documents associated with them - documents can be any files, including files found in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point, JPEG or Bitmap images, PDF files, among others.

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Risks in RiskyProject

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