26. Example Sl. # Risk Element Risk Mitigation actions 1 Wrong algorithm, too many revisions in the requirement specification documents, and/or document versions not controlled properly. Review requirement specification documents properly by the domain expert, before baseline and maintain the version control. 2 Generation of output taking unusually long time (beyond the time the algorithm is expected to take). For every feature, make a reasonable and realistic estimate of the time needed to generate output. Get the code tested for any possible bugs (redundancies, infinite loops, lack of or inaccurate initialization, etc.).
27. Sl. # Risk Elements Risk Mitigation actions 3 Existing feature(s) becoming inaccessible or getting disabled without apparent reason, on adding a new feature. Check for all possible dependencies with existing features before or while coding. Get the code/product tested at every stage of development (unit, integrated, alpha, beta, etc.). 4 Output format, options, dialog box structure, menu structure, look-and-feel, etc. being inconsistent with existing features. Note the output format, options, dialog box structure, command syntax and usage, menu structure, look-and-feel, etc. of existing features. Adopt a style that is common. 5 Key staff leaving the organization at critical times in the project. Assign more than one person to work on a feature.
28. Sl. # Risk Elements Risk Mitigation actions 1 Tester not having knowledge of product Thorough training need to be given 2 Test cases are not ready Allocate test engineer in the beginning of the project.
Hinweis der Redaktion
To anticipate risks which might affect the quality of the software being developed, and take action to avoid these risks.
Internal Risks These are risks that the project team can influence or control. Staff assignments, timelines and cost estimates are such risks. External Risks These are risks that are outside of the control of the project team. Technology changes, upgrades and government decisions are examples., Recession.
Mitigation actions are proactive to prevent a risk from occurring and impacting the project or reducing the impact of the risk.