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Risk Management Processes, at risk?

Do you have a process review for your projects, that help identify if the risk management (or other processes) in use, add risks to your project?
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We did it in two steps... detailed procedures and process checklists for Project Teams use, independent project reviews by PMO... in both steps we look for gaps and risks.

I see many organisation that want to do risk management but don't plan time for it!

Most organisations have a lessons learned workshop and/or Post Implementation Review. The process focuses on the program and/or project and/or phase rather than the processes applied to get there. It would be great to get the Program/Project Management office(s) looking at these processes and what they bring contributing to the overall success, having fit for purpose mitigation strategies including sufficient budget contingency.

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