This practical guide covers the steps necessary to sustain quality in a project from start to finish. The book shows how to identify risks at different processes, phases, and stages and offers directions on how to mitigate and reduce risks using analysis, evaluation, and monitoring.
Risk Management Applications Used to Sustain Quality in Projects: A Practical Guide focuses on applying risk management principles to manage quality in all project management processes, stages, and phases. The book discusses the potential risks that may occur at the different phases of the project life cycle, their effects on projects, and how to prevent them. It explores all the process elements and activities of risk management and provides steps on how to make the project more qualitative, competitive, and economical. Risk management processes are discussed at each project management processes and project lifecycle phase/stage to help the reader understand how various risks can occur and how to mitigate and reduce them.
The main audience for this book is project management professionals, quality managers, systems engineers, construction managers, and risk management professionals as well as industrial engineers, academics, and students.