Continue to use the case study, evaluate, and assess risk. Use qualitative and quantitative processes, such as:
- Sensitivity analysis.
- Expected monetary analysis.
- Monte Carlo simulation.
- Decision tree analysis.
- PERT tree analysis.
Also, use compare and contrast techniques for identifying risks, such as:
- The Delphi Technique.
- Ishikawa diagrams.
- Interviewing processes.
Include the following sections:
Section 3—Risk Identification
- 3.1 Determine the Risks (Identify and evaluate the types of risk that the project A&D may encounter.)
- 3.2 Evaluate and Assess the Risks (Define the elements of the risk breakdown structure for use in evaluating project risk. Analyze the impact of risk on project outcomes. Integrate risk analysis techniques to create a risk breakdown structure).
- 3.3 Qualitative and Quantitative Processes (Apply qualitative and quantitative risk analysis. Use sensitivity analysis, expected monetary analysis, decision tree analysis, Monte Carlo simulation, and/or the PERT tree analysis).