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My background is in business and investment risk management. While I don’t develop risk management systems myself, I do work closely with them and specialize in quantifying risk.
While I understand the desire to list out every risk event you can think of, and tackle each one individually, that might not be the best way to tackle RM. Might I suggest that you start by categorizing the sources of risk, broadly at first and then more specifically, such as Internal, External, & Positional risk, and then under each category listing out sources more specifically.
The reason for doing this, rather than listing out risk events and ways to solve them, are two fold. First of all you will always miss something, and figuring out how to deal with broad categories of risk will give you a huge advantage dealing with unforeseen events. Secondly once you categorize your risk sources, you will likely find huge overlap and single solutions that can deal with many different events.
Here is a list of risk source categories I have used in past projects :
- Goal/Strategic Risk (originating from strategic decisions)
- Path/Tactical Risk (originating from tactical decisions)
- Financial Risk (originating from adverse financial conditions)
- Sentiment Risks (originating from peoples sentiment)
- Force Majeure (Risk originating from acts of god)
(Note: these are organization level and my job is focused on quantifying and hedging risk rather than mitigation and management. Also I don’t work in the IT space and if this were a project I was working on I would want an IT Risk Manager, along with an Enterprise Risk Manager to develop the system with me),
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