Quality Assurance and Project Management:

risk assessment


May 17, 2012  5:34 PM

Learning From Failures Is An Art

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
risk assessment, Risk Management, risk mitigation

Failures do happen in projects. There are definitely sizing and severity of failure in a project. The size and severity of a failure is measured by the impact a failure poses on business in various terms – reputation, financial and future loss in growth impacted by such factors. Some...

April 8, 2009  10:18 AM

10 stages of Risk in software application development and testing

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application testing, impact analysis, risk, Risk analysis, risk assessment, risk classification, risk closure, risk identification, risk perception, Risk Plan, risk plan analysis, risk plan execution, Software application, software development, software testing

A risk is a bigger than its size if it is not identified well in advance. An identified risk is as risky as unidentified if its assessment is not done. Risk assessment is useless if there is no impact analysis. Impact analysis has no worth if its countermeasure is not identified. Let us...

April 6, 2009  10:29 AM

Six facts about software application risks

Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
countermeasure, fool-proofing, impact analysis, Project Lifecycle, risk assessment, risk identification, risk impact, Risk lifecycle, Risk Management, risk severity, SDLC, Software application, software project management

Similar to SDLC (software development lifecycle management), there is RLC or Risk lifecycle management in a software application in which there are different stages involved. The different stages could be risk identification, risk assessment, impact analysis, countermeasure identification,...


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