Risk Management Project
In project planning, risk management plays a key role alongside scheduling. In risk management for a project, it is important to record, analyze, and evaluate the risks. Project management software such as KLUSA can provide valuable assistance by standardizing the recording of risks, supporting their evaluation, and visualizing their analysis. Project managers can record risks as standard project risks or as technical risks according to the FMEA methodology. They can then rate them by probability of occurrence and impact on time and costs. A risk matrix and bubble diagrams help illustrating the risks.
Additionally, measures can be defined in KLUSA to eliminate, reduce or avoid risks. The measures can also be described and analysis parameters assigned, so that the project team can identify the best measures for managing a risk.
In addition to risk management in the project, KLUSA offers the opportunity to view the risks of several projects in the form of a management report and also to link risks from other projects.
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