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For this project, you may choose a project that is of interest to you. When selecting a project, avoid picking one that is either too big or too small. For example, do not decide to build a new stadium for your local sports team (too big) or to plant your summer garden (too small).
1.Create a risk management plan for your project. To do this, you must create a scope statement and a WBS for your project.
2.Perform risk management planning as defined in the lecture.
3.Identify risks for your project, including any issues that may impede or impair the completion of the project. You must identify at least 15 positive and 15 negative risks. 
4.Prioritize the risks by performing qualitative risk analysis.
5.Perform risk response planning for your project by creating detailed risk response plans for those risks needing responses. This should include both proactive responses and reactive contingency plans as appropriate. 
Sample Outline of Typical Course Project Paper Part I
I.Title Page
II.Table of Contents
IV.Risk Management Planning
V.Risk Identification
VI.Qualitative Risk Analysis
Risk Response Planning
The goal of the final project is to select a project and then to create and detail a risk management plan that would support that project. The final deliverable will consist of a fully formed risk management plan that would support such a project.

  • Papers must be in 10-point font, double-spaced, and must include a cover page, table of contents, introduction, body of the report, summary or conclusion, and works cited.

Best Practices
Your report should include the following components.

  • Cover page: Include who you prepared the paper for, who prepared it, and the date.
  • Table of contents: List the main ideas and section of your paper and the pages in which they are located. The illustrations should be included separately.
  • Introduction: Use a header on your paper. This will indicate you are introducing your paper.

The purpose of an introduction or opening is to
1.introduce the subject and why the subject is important;
2.preview the main ideas and the order in which they will be covered; and
3.establish a tone of the document.
Include in the introduction a reason for the audience to read the paper. Also, include an overview of what you are going to cover in your paper and the importance of the material. (This should include or introduce the questions you are asked to answer on each assignment.)

  • Body of your report: Use a header titled with the name of your project (e.g., The Development of Hotel X—A World Class Resort). Then proceed to break out the main ideas. State the main ideas, state major points in each idea, and provide evidence. Break out each main idea you will use in the body of your paper. Show some type of division like separate sections that are labeled; separate group of paragraphs; or headers. You would include the information you found during your research and investigation.
  • Summary and conclusion: Summarizing is similar to paraphrasing but presents the gist of the material in fewer words than the original. An effective summary identifies the main ideas and major support points from the body of your report. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of the ideas and how they affect the tourism industry.
  • Work cited: Use the citation format as specified in the Syllabus.
  • Three-step process: Apply a three-step process of writing: plan, write, and complete.
  • Outline: Prepare an outline of your research paper before you go forward.
  • Start with a draft: Complete a first draft and then go back to edit, evaluate, and make any changes required.

Visuals: Use visual communication to further clarify and support the written part of your report. You could use risk charts or tables, example graphs, diagrams, photographs, flowcharts, maps, drawings, animation, video clips, pictograms, tables, and Gantt charts.

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