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English for Special Purposes

Riskmanagement and Communikation Management
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Carolin Papp

on 27 January 2012

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How does Agile Project Management differ from traditional one?
Agile Projectmanagement
Risk- and Communications management
The agile manifesto states principles and values each
agile framework has to implement
The PMBoK framework defines the following stages:
Methods of Agile Risk Management
Communication and cooperation are more important than contract negotiations
Reacting to changes is more
important than adhering to the plan
Software is being produced
incrementally and within short iterations
Individuals and interactions are more important than processes and tools
Working products are more
important than documentation
Meeting the customer's demands
must be the first priority
Concentrate on important
matters (KISS principle)
Developers work
autonomously
All stakeholders
communicate extensively
The project completion degree is measured by the progress of the working software
Communication builds on mutual trust and relies on face to face information exchange
Frequent feedbacks and
evaluations to improve the quality
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Riskmanagement
Risk identification
Quantitative risk analyses
Risk management plan
Risk response planning
Risk planning
Risk monitoring and controling
Qualitative risk analyses
Risk
register
Competition for the realization
Project
log
Project sponsor meetings
Early escalation
Sit out
Success factor
workshop
Project start
check list
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(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Risk list
The Five WHY´s of
Communication Management
The Mental Iceberg
Fischbowl
A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialog that can be used when discussing topics within large groups
Fishbowl conversations are usually used in participatory events
The advantage of a Fishbowl is that it allows the entire group to participate in a conversation.
Risk
workshop
Vertical
prototyping
Communication
Activity of conveying information.
Communication
Oral
Body Language
Written
Types of
Communication
Formal
Informal
Unofficial
Types of Communication Channels
Common Communication
Blockers
Accusing
Judging
Insulting
Sarcasms
Threats or Oders
Interruption
Changing Subjects
One should Identify such
barriers and remove them
from corporate culture.
Ask "Why" a problem is occurring and then ask "Why" four more times.

It helps to find out the root cause of a problem and makes the overall picture clear.
Active Listening
Active listening is a communication
technique that requires the listener
to understand, interpret, and evaluate
what they hear.
The ability to listen actively can improve
personal relationships through
reducing conflicts, strengthening
cooperation, and fostering understanding.
Freud´s Iceberg Model
Feedback
Stand- up
It is a daily team meeting held to provide a status update to the team members
The meetings are usually limited to 5–15 minutes and are held standing up to remind people to keep the meeting short and focused
People usually refer to this meeting as the "stand-up", although it is sometimes also referred to as the morning rollcall or the daily Scrum
PMBoK Framework
It makes communication meaningful
It is the end-result of an idea and makes communication continuous
Feedback may be verbal or non-verbal, which means, in words or with gestures.
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