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CREATE. PLAN. DO. CHECK. ACT. Cancelled. No issue. External customer. Approve ?. New CR. Yes. S O L U T I O N B A S E L I N E. U P D A T E D B A S E L I N E. Accept. Internal customer. Approved. Rejected. Rejected. Implement & Verify. Resp. for

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the change request flow chart

CREATE

PLAN

DO

CHECK

ACT

Cancelled

No issue

External

customer

Approve

?

New CR

Yes

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Accept

Internal

customer

Approved

Rejected

Rejected

Implement& Verify

Resp. for

implement

Completed

Configuration

manager

Register

Part

oforiginaloffer

No

No

Proposed

Project CCB -

Configuration

control board

Raised

a CR?

Imple-ment?

Go forit?

Tickoff?

Yes

Yes

Signed off

Getadvice

Core

three

team

Newoffer

  • Proposal
  • Function
  • Price
  • Delivery date

Yes

Analysed

  • Analysis
  • Technical
  • Costs
  • Lead-time issues

Resp. for

analysis

Steering

committee

Escalated

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The change request flow chart
change handling status
A CR in progress

Analysed The CR is found to be “a real CR” (change cost, time or scope) and will be handled by the CCB.

Proposed Solution presented to customer.

Approved The customer has decided to implemented the CR.

Completed The CR is successfully implemented.

A closed CR

Cancelled The customer or steering committee has stopped the CR.

Rejected The CR is not within the scope of the project or is not a CR and the CCB has closed it.

Signed off The CR is by the CCB found to be successfully implemented.

Change handling status

An escalated CR

Escalated The CR has to be decided at a higher level.

A new CR

Raised The CR is registered and given an id.

project risk management
Project Risk Management

TG1

TG2

TG3

TG4

TG5

ProjectBrief(Analysis & planning)

Concept development

Project Execution

Proposal

Submitting

Quotation n contract

Project

performance

ProjectConclusion

Risk MgmtPlanning

Risk Identification

Risk

Risk Analysis

Risk Response

Planning

Risk Monitoring and Control

what is a risk 1 2
What is a Risk? 1(2)
  • We foresee that it will rain heavily during installation period, is this a risk? How do we reduce it?

YES IT IS

  • During quotation
    • Change time plan
    • Quote higher price/Share additional costs with customer
    • Prepare for support (helicopter?)
  • During delivery
    • Plan rollout order according to quality of roads
risk management theory 1 2
Risk Management – Theory 1(2)
  • Project risk:
    • An uncertain event that may affect the project for better or worse.
      • Better: Positive outcomes, opportunities
      • Worse: Negative outcomes, threats
  • Components of risk
    • A definable event that may or may not happen
    • The probability of the occurrence of that event
      • Probability: Likelihood of unsatisfactory outcome
    • The impact of the occurrence of that event
      • Impact: Effect if unsatisfactory outcome
the different risk moneys
The different risk moneys
  • Mitigation cost (budget)
    • Mitigation activities are decided and will take place. They are part of CoS and should be included in the work package plan.
  • Risk exposure (before mitigation)
    • Cost due to risk without any mitigation
  • Risk exposure cost (after mitigation)
    • Cost due to an event or risk that we have to pay shall be covered by the ”risk exposure” budget.

Guard

= mitigation cost

Stolen property

= risk exposure

who is responsible for risk analysis
Who is responsible for risk analysis?
  • Sales responsible (ACR/KAM) shall secure that risk analysis is performed before offering and during sales negotiation - using subject matter expertise, often a senior CPM, acting as risk analysis facilitator
  • Project manager (CFR/CPM) shall drive risk analysis and is responsible for risk monitoring and mitigation when a project has started.
  • Sponsor and steering group make decisions including risk consideration and shall also manage escalated risks that can not be handled within the project
who will take part in the risk analysis
A well staffed Core-3 team is the base

Additional key roles

...and sometimes the Customer !

Example of participants:

Account manager

ACR, CSR, CFR

Proposal manager

Sourcing and partnering

Project Manager

Business consultant

Finance controller

Product specialists

Who will take part in the Risk Analysis?
minirisk tool
MiniRisk Tool

Example of MiniRisk from Real project

minirisk tool output

Risk data to SDB

MiniRisk tool – output

SDP 2

Risk mitigation cost

& activities

SMIS, Sales Decision Base

Top 10 Risks, Risk exposure & Risk mitigation costs

Risk exposure value

OPCM Profitability

SICOP Pricing & Costing tool

Pricing & costing structure including WBS, with mitigation actions.

->UM including mitigation costs

-> UM before, and after, risk exposure