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Visual Ishikawa Risk Technique (VIRT)—An Approach to Risk Management

by Rubin Jen

Visual Ishikawa Risk Technique (VIRT) is a technique that is consistent with the Identify Risks process group of the PMBOK® Guide and uses a risk breakdown structure as its main principle artefact. However, it differs in that it uses the Ishikawa diagram (commonly also known as a fishbone, or cause and effect diagram), for the risk structure, to create a graphic view, as opposed to being text based or tabular.

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