You are the project manager of the GHE Project. You have identified the following risks with the characteristics as shown in the following figure.(Exhibit)How much capital should the project set aside for the risk contingency reserve?
You are the project manager of the AMD project for your organization. In this project, you are currently performing quantitative risk analysis. The tool and technique you are using is simulation where the project model is computed many times with the input values chosen at random for each […]
You are the project manager of RTF project for your organization. You are working with your project team and several key stakeholders to create a diagram that shows causal ors for an effect to be solved. What diagramming technique are you using as a part of the risk identification process? (Exhibit)
You are the project manager of the NGH project for your organization. You want to create a cause-and-effect diagram to help discover the root causes of the risks within the project. Harold, the CIO, recommends that you create an Ishikawa diagram instead. What is an Ishikawa diagram? (Exhibit)
Donna is the project manager of the QSD Project and she believes Risk Event D in the following figure is likely to happen.(Exhibit)If this event does happen, how much will Donna have left in the risk contingency reserve if none of the risk events have happened?
Which of the following fields of management focuses on establishing and maintaining consistency of a system’s or product’s performance and its functional and physical attributes with its requirements, design, and operational information throughout its life?
Which of the following recovery plans includes specific strategies and actions to deal with specific variances to assumptions resulting in a particular security problem, emergency, or state of affairs?