Ho do I use Risk Management?

Risk Management App

Note: The app is available in Extended package. 

Risk Management is a key project management practice to ensure that the least number of surprises occur while your project is underway.

While we can never predict the future with certainty, we can apply a simple and streamlined risk management process to predict the uncertainties in the projects and minimize the occurrence or impact of these uncertainties. This improves the chance of successful project completion and reduces the consequences of those risks.

 

How do I activate the Risk Management app?

First thing you have to do is add the File Manager app in the app store. All apps are contained in the app store where you can activate or deactivate them at will which allows you to personalise you work space and tailor the project to your needs.

First select the “apps Icon”

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Make sure the app has been activated or “added” in the menu

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Apps are automatically set to default and do not need to be activated. This is only relevant to the core applications that make Easynote such a great PM tool to work with. All apps appear as links in the main menu once activated. Apps can be activated an deactivated on a project by project basis. If an app is missing it may be that you have changed projects an that the app has been deactivated. Simply click on the “add” button below the app until it appears as “added” in green or “Remove” in red. There is no limit to the amount of apps you can have activated on any project.

How do I use the Risk Management app?

Select the Risk Management icon from the “Project Management” sub menu

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Create a new risk list from the menu on the right. This creates a new set of risks for your project

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You can then ad individual risks with the button that appears on the left

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You can add a title, probability and risk factor as well as connect it to a mitigating task

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Top tip: Learn more about to how view members, and how to give them access to your projects.

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