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1. What is the result of the risk identification process?
A list of risks to be analyzed.
A project that completes on time and on budget.
Risk mitigation actions embedded in the project plan.
2. What stage in the project should risk identification occur?
Risk identification occurs at the end of the planning stage, once the strengths and weaknesses of the plan can be identified.
Risk identification occurs at the end of the project to document what when right and what went wrong for the Lessons Learned report.
Risk identification is a continuous activity from the beginning of the project through to the end of the project.
3. Which risk identification technique can be used to identify positive risks?
All of the techniques can be used to identify positive risk.
Interviews with subject matter experts.
The Delphi technique which relies on reports and analysis from subject matter experts.
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