2 edition of Product risk management found in the catalog.
Product risk management
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Graduate degree program that addresses the diverse and dynamic issues of global risk management; 1 year, part-time program divided into 6 onsite modules: 4 in NYC & 2 in rotating global locations, with independent online study in between; Designed for experienced professionals with a minimum of 5 years full-time postbaccalaureate work experience. Project risk management is a continuous process of identifying, analysing, prioritising and mitigating risks that threaten a projects likelihood of success in terms of cost, schedule, quality, safety and technicalFile Size: 1MB.
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This chapter presents risk management where a product development project is represented as a nondeterministic endeavour and significant risks will almost always present themselves.
The chapter discusses two lines of defense to project risk: first, diligent preparation to remove risks where possible and, second, leadership skills and management.
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