DETAILS: Now that you have trained all of the LSDS project managers to use the r
Now that you have trained all of the LSDS project managers to use the risk identification process, Bill specifically selected Larry and Lucy to do the risk identification for the upcoming project with Jupiter Systems. You are careful to explain to Bill, Larry, and Lucy that what the group is about to do is only the initial risk identification, and all of you along with the other project stakeholders must be vigilant within the project environment of new and/or changing developments that could present uncertainty with additional potential threats and opportunities. So, it is important for you as leaders to shape a culture of risk and quality awareness within LSDS. You suggest conducting a workshop to which various groups of stakeholders will be invited at scheduled times for the purpose of exercising some of the risk identification techniques you taught.The various LSDS and Jupiter Systems stakeholders to use the risk identification tools and techniques you trained to identify various possible initial uncertainties that could pose threats and opportunities for the LSDS–Jupiter joint project. Discuss all of the uncertainties you can think of and foresee.
There is a considerable amount of information that you do not have about LSDS–Jupiter joint project, Inc., e.g. history of the company, culture, and structure of the company, leadership, leadership structure, project managers, engineers, etc. However, you are given the latitude in this and all the following assignments to fabricate the reality you will be dealing with based on the information you do have. You are to assess every angle of the company and consider all of the project stakeholders, who will be impacted by your team’s ability to manage this office relocation project. You are to make assumptions about people’s titles, departments, roles, perceptions, etc. and create the story.