Assessment of the Problem


Integrated Project Management
By Earl Hall, Juliane Johnson
Table of Contents
Chapter 2.  The Project, the Statement of Work, and the Specification

Although business, industry, government, nonprofit organizations, and project sponsors would pay handsomely for a sure technique to correctly assess potential project hazards, no such system exists and probably never will. There are, however, guidelines to follow. Raising the right questions and asking them of experts, as previously noted is crucial. There are, however, thousands of questions one might ask and no one has the time or resources to explore them all.

When significant possibilities of potential hazards have been identified, the next step requires developing strategies to mitigate them. There are no magic solutions here either. Again, guidance from others and good judgment can lead to plans to lessen the impact of a significant external risk.

Sometimes problem assessment warns, "Do not try this project."


    Integrated Project Management
    Integrated Project Management
    ISBN: 0071466266
    EAN: 2147483647
    Year: 2005
    Pages: 190

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