Risk Identification I von Simone Hoferer

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Risk Identification I“ von Simone Hoferer ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Risk Management (RM) - Preparing Offers“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Identification of opportunities
  • Crucial question
  • Collecting data & lateral thinking
  • a) Check the project request data
  • b) Similar projects & lessons learned
  • c) Research
  • d) Interview experts

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. one of the most important steps in the risk management process.
  2. not really relevant. It is much more important to put action measures into effect.
  3. easy to conduct and it just needs to be done to meet the requirements.
  4. time consuming and only to be conducted by the project manager.
  1. to make potential dangers and opportunities visible.
  2. to recognize and specify potential causes for dangers and changes and to prepare them for further action steps.
  3. to discuss project problems and to exchange personal experience.
  4. to meet the requirements of controlling.
  1. Because only the identified and known risks and chances can be incorporated into or considered for the quote.
  2. Because only known risks can be converted into opportunities and only known chances can be exploited.
  3. Because a good identification can be compared with a good travel planning. When I know what to expect up ahead, I can prepare myself.
  4. Because identification will expose every future problem and due to that one can exactly predict future events.
  1. Big, new, indistinct, complex and extra
  2. Big, new, indistinct, complex and intra
  3. Big, old, indistinct, complex and extra
  4. Big, new, indistinct, simple and extra
  1. Do not trust old data.
  2. Be aware of the danger of being lulled into false security since calamities as well as lucky chances are often one-time events.
  3. Documentation may be incomplete.
  4. Collect background information as well as pure data.
  5. Situations are usually comparable.
  1. search specific and systematic.
  2. intensely engage into the subject.
  3. search the internet, libraries, in archives, agencies, etc.
  4. go for a broad research first.
  1. search specific and systematic.
  2. intensely engage into the subject.
  3. search the internet, libraries, in archives, agencies, etc.
  4. go for a broad research first.
  1. High expenditure of time for preparation, wrap-up and evaluation
  2. Danger of highly personal tinged opinion
  3. Sound and fast assessment of the actual situation
  4. Structured query of knowledge and experience

Dozent des Vortrages Risk Identification I

 Simone Hoferer

Simone Hoferer

Simone Hoferer ist systemischer Business Coach, Trainerin und Moderatorin.
Ihre Coachings und Trainings im Businessbereich sind aus der Praxis für die Praxis: Simone Hoferer war, als staatl. geprüfte Innenraum- und Möbelgestalterin, langjährig als Projektmanagerin und Teamleiterin tätig und hat als Kalkulatorin hochwertige Innenausbauprojekte in über 30 Ländern abgewickelt und verantwortlich betreut.

Im Iran hat Sie die Designabteilung einer Möbelfertigung aufgebaut und geleitet. Bereits während ihrer Gesellenzeit zur Schreinerin zog es sie ins Ausland und so arbeitete sie ein Jahr lang in Jasper, Indiana in den USA in der Qualitätssicherung einer Möbelfabrik für Hotelmöbel.


Simone Hoferer is a system. Business Coach, trainer and moderator.
Her coachings and trainings in business division are made from professional for professionals: Simone Hoferer as Master craftsman in cabinet making, was Project manager and supervisor for the realisation of projects in more than 30 countries.

In Iran she built-on and managed the design department of a furniture fabrication. Already during her journeyman's years of service as a carpenter she was attracted to foreign countries. So she worked in Jasper, Indiana (USA) in the quality management of a furniture fabrication for one year.

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