10 rules for a successful risk mapping process – April 2018

Using Arengibox? Sticking to the 10 rules below? There’s definitely a risk you will successfully complete your risk map!

  • Secure effective sponsorship – or even active involvement of top management
  • Do not cut corners on communication (start / end or project at the very least)
  • Keep it simple on methodology
  • Capitalize on whatever risk related analyses, reports you can get your hands on – do not reinvent the wheel!
  • Foster adhesion & trust with participants
  • Keep the momentum – no pause
  • Do not mix risk mapping & audit review
  • Be imaginative
  • Aim for consensus in risk prioritization
  • Move on to risk response as soon as possible when the risk map is completed