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The key is avoiding risk-or, more to the point, fully assessing risks at the outset and taking mitigating action. It's always one of the main items on my agenda for the initial brief-to brainstorm any risk associated with the project, then develop an action plan to try and work around them. Often it's the same issues that are out of one's direct control and therefore high on the riskassessment scale. Other issues that frequently come up are unrealistic timescales and budgets.
Pint of Wisdom Anonymous PM Network; Jul 2009; 23, 7; Docstoc pg. 25 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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