A risk method should be effective, efficient and accepted. Based upon the experiences with the development and application of the Risk Diagnosing Methodology RDM the requirements for a successful approach are discussed. The basics of the method have been developed a few years ago . Since experience has been gained in several R&D intensive firms. It has become clear that for a risk method to be successfully anchored within an organisation, it is necessary to anticipate a number of organisational conditions. In this paper these contextual requirements are described and analysed.
|Title of host publication||Managing Risks in Projects|
|Editors||K.A. Artto, K. Kahkonen|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2013|
- Implementation of a risk method
- Product-innovation projects
- Risk Management