Everyone talks about Quality Risk Management or a risk-based approach, but what does it mean and what are the results – added-value for projects and products?
The new WHO guideline contains a section for choosing the appropriate Risk Management Tool for the day-to-day risk management decision-making process. Read it online here.
Also refer to Table 3 – Examples of common risk management tools, which is defining the attributes and potential applications of the mostly used and referenced methods, which helps to find the right QRM Tool.
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