Trident Acquisition of Sophisticated Technological Infrastructure Discussion
I’m stuck on a Cyber Security question and need an explanation.
In a perfect world, every project would be characterized by clear project requirements that never changed; motivated and capable team members; proven technologies; more than adequate budgets in terms of time, money, and resources; responsible, knowledgeable stakeholders; and seamless, effective communication so when a problem arises it is communicated and dealt with quickly. However, we do not live in a perfect world!
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words. The minimum word count is just one variable in how I grade our discussion posts. I am looking for substantial, relevant, helpful, well-organized content that covers this week’s topics and includes the references you used.
- In your opinion, which 3 of the 5 common project hazards described in the book have the potential to be the costliest? Explain your reasoning.
[Pat Note] Since the book is not very clear about this, try searching online for articles that include “project” and any of the following terms:
- Budget, Financial, or Cost Risks (Including changing budgets)
- Operation Risk
- People Risk
- Performance Risk
- Scheduling Risk (Unrealistic schedule, usually)
- Scope Risk (Was the project too ambitious? Was there scope creep?)
- Structure/Process Risk
- Technology Risk
- Unproven Technology