Risk Happens! is full of useful Diagrams and Figures

One of the things that makes Risk Happens! such a valuable resource for project managers and project leaders at all levels are the 57 Diagrams and Figures that it contains.  You may want to bookmark some of these and refer to them frequently.

Here is a full list of the figures:

  1. Figure 1.1: Risk Mirror
  2. Figure 1.2: Project Risk Management
  3. Figure 2.1: Project Cost-Risk Profile
  4. Figure 2.2: The Time-Cost-Quality Triangle
  5. Figure 2.3: The Time-Cost-Quality and Scope
  6. Figure 2.4: Project Scope
  7. Figure 2.5: Risk Breakdown Structure
  8. Figure 2.6:  Project Scope
  9. Figure 2.7: Product Breakdown Structure
  10. Figure 2.8: Work Breakdown Structure
  11. Figure 2.9:  RACI Chart
  12. Figure 2.10: P.E.R.T
  13. Figure 2.11: Slippage in Highly Dependent Tasks
  14. Figure 2.12: Islands of Stability in a Project Schedule
  15. Figure 2.13: Cost and Organisation Breakdown Structure
  16. Figure 3.1: The Risk Management Process
  17. Figure 3.2: Core Risk Management Documents
  18. Figure 4.1: Periodic Review to Identify Risks
  19. Figure 4.2: Starting Places for Identifying Project Risk
  20. Figure 4.3: SWOT Analysis
  21. Figure 4.4: Fishbone Diagram
  22. Figure 4.5: Fishbone Diagram, Stage 2
  23. Figure 4.6: Process Decision Programme Chart
  24. Figure 4.7: Formal Description of a Risk
  25. Figure 5.1: Likelihood versus Impact Chart
  26. Figure 5.2: Likelihood versus Impact Chart, with scoring
  27. Figure 5.3: Risk Dependency Map
  28. Figure 5.4: Likelihood versus Impact Chart, with colour zones
  29. Figure 5.5: Time to impact versus Likelihood, with bubble size representing Impact
  30. Figure 5.6: Time to impact versus complexity, with bubble size representing Impact
  31. Figure 5.7: Likelihoods of two independent events, with bubble size representing impact of combined outcome
  32. Figure 5.8: Budget impact versus Schedule impact, with bubble size representing Probability
  33. Figure 5.9: Decision Tree Example
  34. Figure 5.10: The Beta Function
  35. Figure 5.11: Examples of Statistical Distributions
  36. Figure 5.12: The “Sleep at Night Test” Results
  37. Figure 6.1: When to do Risk Planning
  38. Figure 6.2: Contingency Plan Process
  39. Figure 6.3: More Research in your Risk Management Process
  40. Figure 7.1: Take Action on Risks
  41. Figure 7.2: Consequential Risks arise from Treating and Existing Risk
  42. Figure 8.1: Risk Monitoring and Control
  43. Figure 8.2: Earned Value Analysis
  44. Figure 8.3: Risk Reporting – Scatter Plot
  45. Figure 8.4: Risk Reporting – Trend Analysis
  46. Figure 8.5: Risk Reporting – Category Analysis
  47. Figure 8.6: The Time-Cost-Quality and Scope
  48. Figure 9.1: Scenario Analysis
  49. Figure 9.2: Scenario Planning
  50. Figure 9.3: Business Continuity Management Planning
  51. Figure 10.1: Predicted Efficiency Gains following Project Handover
  52. Figure 10.2: Observed Efficiency Gains and Losses following Project Handover
  53. Figure 10.3: Stakeholder Management Process
  54. Figure 11.1: Risk Appetite
  55. Figure 11.2: Personality driven by Attitudes to Uncertainty and Consequences
  56. Figure 11.3: Risk Managers in Context
  57. Figure 11.4: Threat and Benefit Analysis for Potential Projects