Adaptive PPPM2.0

A Patent-Pending Leap Forward
Driving Success to the Next Level

Risk Management

PPPM2.0 includes risk registers at the portfolio, program and project level. Create as many Risk Registers and risks as required. Each Risk Register also displays whether each risk has any dependencies and links to a visualisation of risk dependencies.

Risk Registers can only be created after projects, programs and portfolios have been approved with at least some staff assigned, as each risk has an owner.

Create Risk Registers
  • Create: Select the relevant portfolio, program or project, risk owner, risk category, enter risk description, triggers, likelihood, impact, risk mitigation and residual risk. The system calculates risk scores. The copy button lets you copy an entire row, to edit and create new risks more quickly. You can also edit and delete risks, subject to permissions. Optionally "save as PDF"

Risk Register Report
  • Portfolio, Program & Project Risks: View detailed breakdowns: Risk Type, the portfolio, program or project, risk owner, risk category, description, triggers, likelihood, impact and score, risk mitigation, as well as residual risk. Filter by portfolio, program or project; by owner or category. Filtering by category allows specialists to focus on risks within their remit. A toggle lets users display whether each risk has dependencies


Risk Dependencies
  • Select Risk Pairs: Select any two risks with a dependency from any portfolio, program or project risk register. Considering risks at the portfolio level may rationalise overall risk management

  • Summary Data: At a glance view key data, such as: Risk type, category, score and status. Rectangles display RAG colour-coding of high-medium-low risk. Hover over any rectangle to see which project/program or portfolio is being referenced

Risk Heat Map
  • RAG: The well-known Red-Amber-Green (RAG) colour-coding is used to represent high, medium and low risk

  • Risk Scores: Risk scores are based on values from the relevant risk register, taking into account the likelihood and impact of each risk

  • Enterprise-Wide Risk: Risk heat maps are available at the portfolio, program and project level. They are suitable for use by Risk Managers or the PMO

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