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    There are many types of risks that threaten your project. These depend on the type of project or the industry sector in which it is carried out. One particular type of risk that is often ignored, however, are the assumptions that are made in most projects. “We assume this will be the case or this will happen”. This is not only the case in projects. We also often make assumptions in [more ...]
  • Why You Should Not Rely on Risk ModelsWhy You Should Not Rely on Risk Models
    Risk models are designed to help organizations manage risk by quickly identifying, evaluating, and prioritizing potential risks to which they may be exposed. With risk models, organizations hope to gain a better understanding of the risks to which they are exposed. This with the goal of being able to better and more quickly decide which risks allocating resources to manage or which to bear. In [more ...]
  • A Conversation With ChatGPT About the Biggest Mistakes People Make in Risk Management
    What are the biggest mistakes made in risk management? I have seen and experienced a lot in risk management in the last few years and have written extensively about it. That’s why I was wondering what artificial intelligence (AI) thinks about this topic, so I asked ChatGPT about the biggest problems people make in risk management. The results are interesting and valid. But one of the [more ...]
  • Why You Should Not Rely on Risk ChecklistsWhy You Should Not Solely Rely on Risk Checklists
    Risk checklists are much used tools in risk management. They can be a good tool in certain situations. However, it is important to understand the limitations of risk checklists. In this article, you will learn what the advantages and disadvantages of risk checklists are and why I have limited recommendations for this tool. Identifying Risks with Different Methods Risks can be identified in [more ...]

Project Management Quote of the Week

"It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.“

(Marc Twain)

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