Skop Oresund Bridge Project
English and Literature
Submitted By fatyn
Oresund Bridge Project 1
Course project 1 contains my responses to the nine questions related to the Oresund Bridge project. I have answered them to the best of my ability.
1. What process would you use for identifying project risks for a second Oresund Bridge project? What risks would you raise for each alternative?
For such an extremely large project like this to identify project risks, I would start with the basic premise of a conducting a SWOT analysis which allows for identifying Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Once SWOT analysis is completed, I would move forward to defining control of the project to indicate the following variances such as cost, schedule, scope and quality. Furthermore, bring in Subject Matter Experts (SME) to provide their input for mitigation strategy. Lastly, other risks to be raised for each alternative is to develop a risk management plan, project planning outputs, risk categories, historical information. By using these deliverables under the PMBOK risk processes called Risk identification.
2. What process would you use for categorizing project risks for a second Oresund Bridge project? How would you actually categorize them?
I would use the qualitative risk analysis process for categorizing project risks because from a high level standpoint it allows me to evaluate each risk and designate the severity of the impact of the project and estimate the probability of the risk occurring in terms of high, medium and low. For categorizing project risks, my goal would be to isolate potential problems, therefore would categorize by breaking up the risks into different constraints of scope, schedule, quality and resources into a risk matrix.
3. What process would you use for ranking project risks for a second Oresund Bridge project? How would you actually rank them?
Qualitative and Quantitative risk analysis...