Continuous Risk Management

Risk management includes processes that should be done at routine intervals from the beginning to the end of the project.


Risk management includes processes such as risk identification, qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, creating a risk response plan, implementing and monitoring plans.



Risk management includes processes such as risk identification, qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, creating a risk response plan, implementing and monitoring plans.


1- Initially, the project team identifies potential risk titles.

2- For each identified risk, prevention activities and correction activities are determined roughly.

3- The threat coefficient of risks is numerically revealed; In addition, issues such as urgency, responsible, triggers of risk are also addressed.

4- It is determined how much the risks will affect the project duration and budget.

5- Prevention activities within the Risk Response Plan are added to the activity lists. Project scope, timeline and budget are revised again.

6- The risks that are closed are archived to be included in the lessons learned in the future.

7- The project team comes together to evaluate the status of risks every two weeks and to question the existence of new risks.