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Project risk analysis and management mini-guide

This mini-guide is a short form of the APM publication, Project Risk Analysis and Management (PRAM) Guide 2nd edition

It provides an introduction to the processes involved in project risk analysis and management, offering a simple, but robust and practical framework to help new practitioners get started. Some of the commonly used techniques and methods are described; a more comprehensive list and description can be found in the full APM guide.

Project risk analysis and management can be used on all projects, whatever the industry or environment, and whatever the timescale or budget.

In this guide, the term ‘PRAM’ encompasses processes, techniques and methods that enables the analysis and management of the risks associated with a project. Properly undertaken, it will increase the likelihood of successful completion of a project to cost, time and performance objectives.

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