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Presenting this set of slides with name - Risk Management Module Powerpoint Presentation Slides. The stages in this process are Risk Management Module, Risk Management Framework, Risk Management Structure.
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Slide 1: This slide introduces Risk Management Module. State Your Company Name and get started.
Slide 2: This slide showcases Content with the following points- Risk Management Lifecycle, Introduction, Risk Management- Introduced, Types of Risk, Risk Categories, Identify Risk Categories, Procedure for managing the Risk, Risk Planning, Risk Identification, Risk Assessment, Risk Monitoring, Risk Tracking, Stakeholders Engagement, Risk Appetite, Risk Tolerance, Tools & Practices, Risk Impact Analysis, Impact &Probability Analysis, Risk Mitigation Strategies, Qualitative Analysis, Quantitative Analysis.
Slide 3: This slide showcases Risk Management Lifecycle displaying- Develop Risk Management Plan, Risk Management Close-Out, Risk Management Lifecycle, Identify Risks, Plan Risk Response, Analyze Risks, Monitor & Control.
Slide 4: This slide showcases Introduction Risk Management- Introduction, Types of Risk, Risk Categories, Identify Risk Categories.
Slide 5: This slide showcases Risk Management- Introduction Resources, Assessment of Risks, Identification of Risks, Prioritization of Risks, Minimize, Monitor, Control, Realization of Opportunities, Probability and/or impact of unfortunate events, Maximize.
Slide 6: This slide shows Types of Risks (1/2) such as- External Risks: Demand, Regulatory, Economical, Socio- Political, Environment. Internal Risks:: Strategic: Governance, Strategic Planning, Ethics & Values, Stakeholder Relations. Operational: Access to Services, Processes, Business Interruption, Emergency Response. Enablers: People, Financial, Technology, Infrastructure. Listed below are various types of internal and external risks.
Slide 7: This slide shows Types Of Risks in matrix form with the subheadings- Operational: Cost Overrun, Operational Controls, Poor Capacity management, Supply Chain Issues, Employee Issues incl. fraud, Bribery and Corruption, Regulation, Commodity prices. Strategic: Demand Shortfall, Customer retention, Integration problems, Pricing pressure, Regulation, R & D, Industry or sector downturn, JV or partner losses. Financial: Debt and interest rates, Poor Financial management, Asset losses, Goodwill and amortization, Accounting problems. Hazard: Macroeconomic, Political Issues, Legal Issues, Terrorism, Natural disasters.
Slide 8: This slide shows Risk Categories with the following subheadings- Product Design: Product Performance, Design. System/ Software: Data Accuracy, Security. Manufacturing: Assembly, Tools. All Other: Consumer service, Environment. Project Management: Team work, Product cost. Quality: Quality system, Sigma Levels.
Slide 9: This slide displays Identify The Risk Categories with- Risk Score by Risk Category, and Risk level
Slide 10: This slide shows Stakeholder Engagement with- Stakeholders Risk Appetite, Risk Tolerance.
Slide 11: This slide shows Stakeholders Risk Appetite matrix showing Forming Risk Appetite in terms of impact and likelihood.
Slide 12: This slide shows Risk Tolerance table with Cost, Schedule, Scope, and Quality as subheadings in terms of ordinal scale of- Very Low, Very High, Low, Moderate, High.
Slide 13: This slide shows a Risk Tolerance Bubble graph showing- Business Continuity Problems, Supplier Default, Loss Of Key Partnerships, IT Problems, Poor Project Management, Product Or Service Quality, Loss Of Key Managers.
Slide 14: This slide shows Procedure displaying- Risk Planning, Risk Register, Risk Identification, Risk Tracking, Risk Monitoring, Risk Assessment.
Slide 15: This slide showcases Risk Management Plan in tabular form showing- Type Of Risk, Outcome, Existing Risk Treatment Actions In Place, Rating, Additional Resources, Target Date, Person Responsible, Proposed Risk Treatment Actions To Mitigate Risk.
Slide 16: This slide shows Risk Register showcasing- Type Of Risk, Description Of Risk, Risk Reduction Strategy, Contingency Plans, Risk Owner, Probability, Impact.
Slide 17: This slide presents a Risk Identification matrix showing- Terminate, Treat, Tolerate, Transfer in terms of Consequences & Likelihood.
Slide 18: This slide showcases Risk Identification- Example with- How Long Can You Do Without? Impact of Doing Without? Vulnerabilities? Contingency in case of a disaster? Utilities, Equipment (IT only), Facility, Personnel, Transportation System, Vendors (Sourcing), Raw Materials. We have given an example of identifying risk in the below table, you can alter the fields as per your needs.
Slide 19: This slide showcases Risk Identification (2/2) with the following subheadings- Cost: Budget Exceeded, Unanticipated Expenditure. Resources: Team is under-resourced, Materials shortage, Machinery unavailable, Industrial Action, Skills gap. Environmental: Bad weather results in re-work, Weather delays progress, Adverse environmental effects occur, Environmental approvals not complied with. Time: Schedule overruns, Tasks omitted from Schedule, Opportunity to compress Schedule. Communication: Poor communication (Stakeholder dissatisfaction), Positive & timely communications (positive publicity). Scope: Scope creep, Scope poorly defined, Project changes poorly managed.
Slide 20: This slide shows Risk Assessment with Risk Rating Guide displaying- Impact: Performance, quality, cost or safety impacts resulting in major redesign and program delay, Performance, quality, cost and/or safety impacts resulting in minor redesign and schedule adjustment, Performance, quality, cost and safety requirements met within planned schedule. Probability: Major uncertainties remain, No or little prior experience or data, Infrastructure and/or resources not in place, Some uncertainties remain, Some experience and data exist, Infrastructure in place but under-resourced, Few uncertainties remain, Significant experience and data exist, Infrastructure in place and fully, and Likelihood of Occurrence: E. Probability of once in many years D. Probability of once in many operating months C. Probability of once in some operating weeks B. Probability of weekly occurrence A. Probability of daily occurrence Likelihood of detection: Detectability is very high, Considerable warning of failure before occurrence, Some warning of failure before occurrence, Little warning of failure before occurrence, Detectability is effectively zero Consequences: No. direct effect on operating service level, Minor deterioration in operating service level, Definite reduction in operating service level, Source deterioration in operating service level, Operating service level approaches zero. as Risk Scoring System.
Slide 21: This slide shows Risk Assessment with Risk Scoring Results table in terms of- Insignificant, Minor, Moderate, Major, Catastrophic, Consequences, Likelihood. A. Almost Certain, B. Likely, C. Possible, D. Unlikely, E. Rare. On the basis of the framework, you can obtain the risk score and determine its likelihood of occurrence.
Slide 22: This slide presents Risk Analysis – Simplified Format in tabular form showing- New operating system may be unstable, Communication problems over system issues, We may not have the right requirements, Requirements may change late in the cycle, Database software may arrive late, Key people might leave, Likelihood of Risk Item Occurring, Impact to Project if Risk Item Does Occur, Priority (Likelihood * Impact) as Risk Items (Potential Future Problems Derived from Brainstorming).
Slide 23: This slide Risk Analysis- Complex showcasing- Description of Risk, Risk Analysis, Risk Rating, Control Measures, (Detail any existing Controls), Risk Rating, Risk Analysis(with additional controls), Additional Control, (Detail additional to be implemented Controls).
Slide 24: This slide shows Risk Response Plan showcasing- Responding to Risk consisting of- Mitigate, Avoid, Transfer, Accept, Exploit, Enhance, Share, Accept, Negative Risk, Positive Risk.
Slide 25: This slide shows Risk Response Matrix displaying- Interface Problems, User Backlash, System Freezing, Hardware Malfunctioning, Risk Event, Response, Contingency Plan, Trigger, Who is responsible. Once you estimate the risk and plan the response. The next step is to prepare a detailed response matrix stating the contingency plan, its duration and the person responsible.
Slide 26: This slide shows a Risk Response Matrix displaying- Avoid: Design Changes Different Site Conditions Labor Productivity Unrealistic Schedule Transfer, Retain: Weather Delays, Defective Work, Equipment Failure, Labor dispute / Strike.
Slide 27: This slide shows a Risk Control Matrix.
Slide 28: This slide showcases Risk Tracker in tabular form.
Slide 29: This slide shows Risk Item Tracking with- Risk Items, Risk Resolution, Monthly Ranking.
Slide 30: This slide shows Tools & Practices with the following subheadings- Quantitative Analysis, Qualitative Analysis, Risk Mitigation Strategies, Probability & Impact Assessment, Risk Impact Analysis.
Slide 31: This slide shows Risk Impact and Probability Analysis showcasing- Cost: Manageable by exchange against Internal budgets, Increases threaten viability of project, Require some additional funding from Institution, Requires Significant additional funding from Institution, Requires Significant reallocation of Institutional funds (or borrowing). Time: Slight slippage against internal targets, Delay jeopardises viability of project, Slight slippage against key milestones or published targets, Deley affects key stakeholders – loss of confidence in the project, Failure to meet key deadlines in relation to academic year or strategic plan. Quality: Slight reduction in quality/scope, no overall impact, Project outcomes effectively unusable, Failure to include certain ‘nice to have’ elements, Significant elements of scope for functionality will be unavailable, Failure to meet the needs of a large proportion of stakeholders with Impact Scale.
Slide 32: This slide presents Risk Impact & Probability Analysis with- Performance, Probability Of Risk Occurring, Schedule, Impact Assessment, Cost.
Slide 33: This slide shows Risk Mitigation Strategies showcasing- Technical Risks, Cost Risks, Schedule Risks.
Slide 34: This slide presents Risk Mitigation Plan with- Category, Identified Risk, Mitigation Plan.
Slide 35: This slide presents Qualitative Risk Analysis table.
Slide 36: This slide presents Quantitative Risk Analysis table.
Slide 37: This is a Coffee break image slide to halt. You can change the slide content as per need.
Slide 38: This slide is titled Charts and Graphs to move forward. You can alter the slide content as per need.
Slide 39: This is a Clustered Bar slide. State specifications, comparison of products/entities here.
Slide 40: This is a Radar chart slide. State specifications, comparison of products/entities here.
Slide 41: This is a Line chart slide. State specifications, comparison of products/entities here.
Slide 42: This slide is titled Additional Slides to move forward. You can alter the slide content as per need.
Slide 43: This is Our Mission slide with Vision, Mission, Value and Goal. State them here.
Slide 44: This is Our Team slide to state team specifications, information, structure etc.
Slide 45: This is an About Us slide. State company/business specifications here.
Slide 46: This is a Comparison slide in a creative arrow imagery form to compare two entities etc.
Slide 47: This is a Financial score slide. State financial aspects, information etc. here.
Slide 48: This is a Location slide of world map image to show global presence, growth etc.
Slide 49: This is a Quotes slide. Convey message, beliefs etc. here. You may also change the entire content as desired.
Slide 50: This is an Our Goal slide. State your goals, aspirations etc. here
Slide 51: This is a Venn diagram image slide. State information, specifications etc. here.
Slide 52: This is a Bulb or Idea image slide to state information, specifications etc.
Slide 53: This is a Magnifying Glass image slide to show information, specifications etc.
Slide 54: This is a Thank You slide with Address# street number, city, state, Contact Number, Email Address.
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