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Risk management---RM or threat assessment is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of threats followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. RM’s objective is to assure uncertainty does not deflect the endeavor from the business goals. RM is used to identify and avoid the potential cost, schedule, and performance/technical threats to a system, take a proactive and structured approach to manage negative outcomes, respond to them if they occur, and identify potential opportunities that may be hidden in the situation. The RM approach and plan operationalize these goals. Risks can come from various sources: e.g., uncertainty in financial markets, from project failures (at any phase in design, development, production, or sustainment life-cycles), legal liabilities, accidents, natural causes and disasters as well as deliberate attack from an adversary, or events of uncertain or unpredictable root-cause. There are two types of events i.e. negative events can be classified as threats while positive events are classified as opportunities. Several RM standards have been developed including the Project Management Institute, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, actuarial societies, and ISO standards. Methods, definitions and goals vary widely according to whether the RM method is in the context of project management, security, engineering, industrial processes, financial portfolios, actuarial assessments, or public health and safety. Threat sources are more often identified and located not only in infrastructural or technological assets and tangible variables, but also in human factor variables, mental states and decision making. The interaction between human factors and tangible aspects of threat highlights the need to focus closely on human factors as one of the main drivers for RM, a "change driver" that comes first of all from the need to know how humans perform in challenging environments and in face of threats. As the author describes, «it is an extremely hard task to be able to apply an objective and systematic self-observation, and to make a clear and decisive step from the level of the mere "sensation" that something is going wrong, to the clear understanding of how, when and where to act. The truth of a problem or threat is often obfuscated by wrong or incomplete analyses, fake targets, perceptual illusions, unclear focusing, altered mental states, and lack of good communication and confrontation of RM solutions with reliable partners. This makes the human factor aspect of RM sometimes heavier than its tangible and technological counterpart. Strategies to manage threats (uncertainties with negative consequences) typically include transferring the threat to another party, avoiding the threat, reducing the negative effect or probability of the threat, or even accepting some or all of the potential or actual consequences of a particular threat, and the opposites for opportunities (uncertain future states with benefits). Certain aspects of many of the RM standards have come under criticism for having no measurable improvement on threat, whereas the confidence in estimates and decisions seem to increase. For example, it has been shown that one in six IT projects experience cost overruns of 200% on average, and schedule overruns of 70%.
In ideal RM, a prioritization process is followed whereby the threats with the greatest loss (or impact) and the greatest probability of occurring are handled first, and threats with lower probability of occurrence and lower loss are handled in descending order. In practice the process of assessing overall threat can be difficult, and balancing resources used to mitigate between threats with a high probability of occurrence but lower loss versus a threat with high loss but lower probability of occurrence can often be mishandled. Intangible RM identifies a new type of a threat that has a 100% probability of occurring but is ignored by the organization due to a lack of identification ability. For example, when deficient knowledge is applied to a situation, a knowledge threat materializes. Relationship threat appears when ineffective collaboration occurs. Process-engagement threat may be an issue when ineffective operational procedures are applied. These threats directly reduce the productivity of knowledge workers, decrease cost-effectiveness, profitability, service, quality, reputation, brand value, and earnings quality. Intangible RM allows RM to create immediate value from the identification and reduction of threats that reduce productivity. RM also faces difficulties in allocating resources. This is the idea of opportunity cost. Resources spent on RM could have been spent on more profitable activities. Again, ideal RM minimizes spending (or manpower or other resources) and also minimizes the negative effects of threats. For the most part, these methods consist of the following elements, performed, more or less, in the following order: identify, characterize threats; assess the vulnerability of critical assets to specific threats; determine the threat (i.e. the expected likelihood and consequences of specific types of attacks on specific assets); identify ways to reduce those threats; prioritize threat reduction measures based on a strategy.
A RM plan can be applied to areas such as human resource management, control of your organization’s stock and property or choice of insurance policies. In fact, RM principles can be applied anywhere that a threat exists. Your RM plan will need to be regularly reviewed and updated. Threats, and the strategies available to manage them, change over time. For example, the mass marketing of low cost fire alarms has provided an affordable addition to the range of strategies available to manage the threat of fire in the home. Likewise, new ventures, changed legislation, altered work practices, a change in staffing, and so on, can all affect the range of opportunities and threats you face. Your RM plan needs to be kept up to date to reflect such changes.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) identifies the following principles of RM: RM should: create value – resources expended to mitigate threat should be less than the consequence of inaction, or (as in value engineering), the gain should exceed the pain; be an integral part of organizational processes; be part of decision making process; explicitly address uncertainty and assumptions; be a systematic and structured process; be based on the best available information; be tailorable; take human factors into account; be transparent and inclusive; be dynamic, iterative and responsive to change; be capable of continual improvement and enhancement; be continually or periodically re-assessed. According to the standard ISO 31000 "RM – Principles and guidelines on implementation," the process of RM consists of several steps as follows: Establishing the context: This involves: identification of threat in a selected domain of interest; planning the remainder of the process; mapping out the following: the social scope of RM; the identity and objectives of stakeholders; the basis upon which threats will be evaluated, constraints; defining a framework for the activity and an agenda for identification; developing an analysis of threats involved in the process; mitigation or solution of threats using available technological, human and organizational resources.
After establishing the context, the next step in the process of managing threat is to identify potential threats. Threats are about events that, when triggered, cause problems or benefits. Hence, threat identification can start with the source of our problems and those of our competitors (benefit), or with the problem itself. Source analysis: Threat sources may be internal or external to the system that is the target of RM (use mitigation instead of management since by its own definition threat deals with factors of decision-making that cannot be managed). Examples of threat sources are: stakeholders of a project, employees of a company or the weather over an airport. Problem analysis: Threats are related to identified threats. For example: the threat of losing money, the threat of abuse of confidential information or the threat of human errors, accidents and casualties. The threats may exist with various entities, most important with shareholders, customers and legislative bodies such as the government. When either source or problem is known, the events that a source may trigger or the events that can lead to a problem can be investigated. For example: stakeholders withdrawing during a project may endanger funding of the project; confidential information may be stolen by employees even within a closed network; lightning striking an aircraft during takeoff may make all people on board immediate casualties. The chosen method of identifying threats may depend on culture, industry practice and compliance.
The identification methods are formed by templates or the development of templates for identifying source, problem or event. Common threat identification methods are: Objectives-based threat identification - Organizations and project teams have objectives. Any event that may endanger achieving an objective partly or completely is identified as threat. Scenario-based threat identification - In scenario analysis different scenarios are created. The scenarios may be the alternative ways to achieve an objective, or an analysis of the interaction of forces in, for example, a market or battle. Any event that triggers an undesired scenario alternative is identified as threat. Taxonomy-based threat identification - The taxonomy in taxonomy-based threat identification is a breakdown of possible sources. Based on the taxonomy and knowledge of best practices, a questionnaire is compiled. The answers to the questions reveal threats. Common-threat checking - In several industries, lists with known threats are available. Each threat in the list can be checked for application to a particular situation. Threat charting - This method combines the above approaches by listing resources at threat, threats to those resources, modifying factors which may increase or decrease the threat and consequences it is wished to avoid. Creating a matrix under these headings enables a variety of approaches. One can begin with resources and consider the threats they are exposed to and the consequences of each. Alternatively one can start with the threats and examine which resources they would affect, or one can begin with the consequences and determine which combination of threats and resources would be involved to bring them about.
A threat-management plan lays out strategies to minimize the negative effects that uncertain occurrences can have on your project. The key to writing a good plan is to provide the necessary information so the program team knows the goals, objectives, and the program office’s RM process. Although the plan may be specific in some areas, such as the assignment of responsibilities, it may be general in other areas to allow users to choose the most efficient way to proceed. Some steps in developing a RMP include: Establish the basic approach and working structure; Develop and document an overall RM strategy; Establish the purpose and objective; Assign responsibilities for specific areas; Describe the assessment/analysis process; Document sources of information; List potential threat and their impacts; Develop mitigation strategies; Establish reporting/tracking procedures; Write Plan. Develop your threat-management plan in the organizing and preparing stage of your project, refine it at the beginning of the carrying out the work stage, and continually update it during the remainder of the carrying out the work stage. Include the following in your threat-management plan: Threat factors, Associated threats, Your assessment of the likelihood of occurrence and the consequences for each threat, Your plan for managing selected threats, Your plan for keeping people informed about those threats throughout your project. Below is a six step practical approach to creating a RM plan. Step 1): Threat Identification & Threat Register: The first step in writing the plan is to assemble all stakeholders and identify all possible project threats. This can be done from various reports, project documents, through various departments and also from prior project reports. What are your threats and how likely are they to occur? Some will cause major disruption while others will be a minor irritation. You must make an educated assessment of both the likelihood and potential severity of each threat to prioritize your planning efforts. The project scope is the rule book that guides the project, therefore all possible threats that the scope indicates will also have to be documented. All documentation of threats will have to be done in the Threat Register. Step 2): Threat Analysis Methods: Every project is faced with threats. There is no 100% certainty that threats will not occur. There are threats that creep up at various phases of the project that the team has to be vigilant and ready to handle. However, while some threats may be beneficial, in that the sponsor and all team members have to take them to reach the end product, there are many threats that harm and hinder the project. The threats that are identified have to be analyzed for their probability and impact using the PI Matrix and also translated into numerical values so as to accurately know the outcome of these threats on the cost, time and resource factors. There are two methods of threat analysis; Qualitative and Quantitative threat analysis. Step 3): Identify Threat Triggers: Divide the RM planning team into subgroups and assign segments of the master threat list to each subgroup. The job of each subgroup is to identify triggers, or warning signs, for each threat on its segment of the master list. Again, it is important to document all triggers associated with each threat. Three triggers per threat are standard. Step 4): Threat Resolution ideas: In step four, the sub-teams identify and document preventive actions for the "threats" and enhancement actions for the "opportunities." This can be approached through the various departments involved, such as Financial Threat reports, HR Threat Reports, IT Threat Reports, etc. Threats are unknown events that are inherently neutral. They can be characterized as either positive or negative. Unfortunately, a lot of time and energy is spent handling negative project threats, or "threats" rather than positive threats, or "opportunities". No organization should overlook the chance to benefit from any opportunities that present themselves. Step 5): Threat Resolution Action Plan In Step Five, based on the collective ideas of all the departmental teams, the project manager will have to decide on a plan of action to bring about threat resolution. Threats with a high P-I value will have to be treated with utmost urgency while those with the least probability or impact can just be monitored without having any real action plan. Identifying the most serious threats at the onset of a project saves time, cost and resources, and likewise identification of such threats also trigger the resolution plan at the earliest moment. Step 6): Responsibility and Accountability: The last step in writing a RM plan is assigning an owner for each threat on the master list. Use the Responsibility Assignment matrix. Using this chart, various teams and team members may be assigned responsibility for carrying out the threat resolution plans. At the end, the project manager is solely accountable to the project sponsor for all the plans and actions related to the threats and project at large. Proper documentation, such as threat assessment reports is important during every step of the planning process. A RM plan should be incorporated into every project management plan. A generic list of threats and triggers can be generated from this initial plan. To apply the threat plan to future projects, simply add project-specific threats and triggers and assess the probability, impact, and detectability for each threat. This, in turn, will save time and help institutionalize the RM plan into the project team's culture. This practical approach to writing a project management plan holds good for all project types and works well as basic RM guidelines.
We shall now further offer here a step-by-step formula for writing a RM plan that will help your project to succeed. Step 1): Performing the Threat Assessment: The first step to writing a RM plan is to figure out what the threats are and how likely they are to occur. Threats must be identified. To identify threats, it is helpful to peruse project documents, and have a meeting with project stakeholders. In this meeting, brainstorm threats that might occur during the course of the project. Step 2): Determining the Likelihood of the Threat Occurrence: Once you have identified the threats in the project, you must then determine how likely the threats are to occur, and what sort of damage the threat will have if it actualizes. Rank the threats in order from most likely/most damage to least likely/least amount of damage. By doing this, you pre-organize the information you will require to write the plan. You can also focus your energies on coming up with potential solutions to the various threats should they occur. Step 3): Begin your Plan with Preliminaries: Once threats have been identified and ranked, you and your team can begin to put together the actual documentation of the RM plan. Preliminaries for the plan will include introductory material such as the RM scope and RM policy. Once the introduction has been written, the threat identification list should follow. This is where you will list the results of your threat assessment and ranking processes. Step Four: The Threat Plan: Once you have documented the threat list and the threat assessment, it is time to come up with the RM plan. This part will show exactly how your team will deal with threats that arise during the project. There are a few ways to deal with threats when they actualize: Avoid the threat, reduce the damage of the threat when it does occur, or transferring the threat elsewhere. For each threat identified, you will need to determine how to deal with it should it occur. Once this is determined, assign each potential threat to a resource, so there is no question about who will deal with the threats.
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