Risk is 100% mitigated

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Risk is 100% mitigated

Postby Tomico » Thu Nov 23, 2017 11:05 am

Is there any way to specify that risks which are mitigated 100% by the mitigation plan should not be used in the calculation?

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Re: Risk is 100% mitigated

Postby Intaver Support » Thu Nov 23, 2017 11:10 am

If risks are 100% mitigated, then they are no longer active and can be closed. To close a risk, open the Risk Register, select the risk and double-click on the Risk ID (far left column).

In the Risk Information dialog box > Properties > click the Closed option.


You can also sent probability the risk equals 0. It can be reflected in Risk waterfall chart of Risk Information dialog box: risk probability after mitigation can be equal zero.
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