The risk diagnosing methodology RDM: formulating and implementing conditions for successful application

J.I.M. Halman, J.A. Keizer

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Abstract

A risk method should be effective, efficient and accepted. Based upon the experiences with the development and application of the Risk Diagnosing Methodology RDM the requirements for a successful approach are discussed. The basics of the method have been developed a few years ago [1]. Since experience has been gained in several R&D intensive firms. It has become clear that for a risk method to be successfully anchored within an organisation, it is necessary to anticipate a number of organisational conditions. In this paper these contextual requirements are described and analysed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationManaging risks in projects
EditorsK. Kähkönen, K.A. Artto
Place of PublicationLonden
PublisherE&FN SPON
Pages204-214
Number of pages10
ISBN (Electronic)9781135274214
ISBN (Print)0419229906, 9780419229902
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1997

Keywords

  • Implementation of a risk method
  • Product-innovation projects
  • Risk Management

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    Halman, J. I. M., & Keizer, J. A. (1997). The risk diagnosing methodology RDM: formulating and implementing conditions for successful application. In K. Kähkönen, & K. A. Artto (Eds.), Managing risks in projects (pp. 204-214). E&FN SPON. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203860595