The standard template for risk management is a Risk Log. This stores risk items in a list, or “Log”, and describes the status and severity of each risk. Some project managers also use RAID logs, which track the wider picture of Assumptions, Issues and Dependencies, as well as Risks.
Risk Management Approaches
Example Risk Log for Risk Management
Example RAID Log summary dashboard
Short on time?
Use these templates to help with business best practice:
Related Business Best Practices
You need a Risk Log so that you can track and manage your project risk. How do you create one and then use a Risk Log?
I need to create a plan for Risk Management, and track our progress. What should I use?
Use this short guide to write a Problem Statement, including structure, examples and common mistakes to avoid.
Present a Disaster Recovery Plan to your Exec Board: Status, risk levels, robustness, and more.
All Business Best Practice
See all Business Best Practice here.