A project is an often complex mayonnaise: the ingredients are numerous. While the knack often remains the responsibility of the project manager, the stakeholders are multiple and their interests not necessarily convergent. Any confirmed project leader will tell you, when the progress of the project is 80%, it often remains … 80% of the way to go.
Some factors do not escape anyone: the larger the project, the higher business stakes, the more it will be understood that its risk is high. Other risks are more diffuse such as the clarity of decision-making schemes, technical innovation or business.
These factors do not have the same influence on the various stakeholders. Some pre-project evaluations are therefore often very useful. Beyond the scores and the various indicators returned by the evaluation, evaluation is above all a dialogue tool. It allows the various stakeholders to measure their “perception gaps” on a situation. But also to share a global vision while trying to identify the differences of representation on a situation. This facilitates dialogue and cohesion among stakeholders.
The proposed questionnaire is a project risk assessment tool . It is presented as a “check list” of risk measures related to a project. It can adapt to each type of organization and nature of projects (IT, marketing, events…).
The objectives are mainly to:
The questionnaire consists of 6 axes to assess the risks related to:
It includes 30 cirteria points. These criteria, their weights and responses can be adjusted according to the context (type of organization, nature of project…).
This questionnaire is used:
Do not hesitate to compare your impressions by having this risk assessment carried out by a decision-maker, the project manager, the contracting authority.
Several risks appreciated here can lead to the formalization of other questionnaires on which we will have the opportunity to return and to publish some examples :
If you want to set up your questionnaire and your self-assessment system online, do not hesitate to contact us.
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