Dr. Rick – PM 584 – Risk Reporting – 650 words

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Resources: Risk Management Plan Outline, assigned reading. Write a paper: Research one risk monitoring and one risk reporting practice from your project’s industry. Write no more than 150 words, including the following: • One risk monitoring and one risk reporting practice • A description of the risk monitoring and reporting practices • An explanation of their links to other procedures • The positive and negative aspects of risk monitoring and reporting • Lessons learned that could be applied to your project. Write 500 words, the following elements: • Top two risk monitoring and reporting formats with an explanation of why these formats were chosen. (about 500 words). Note: A portion of this assignment is utilized in your final project. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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PM 584 – Risk Reporting.docx
PM *** – RISK REPORTING *
Risk Reporting
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