Create An Abbreviated Risk Management Plan And Risk Register.

 Create an abbreviated Risk Management Plan and Risk Register. Complete this assignment individually. Do not include the case information with your assignment. Late Assignments: 10% of the total grade deducted for each day the assignment is late. Assignments will not be accepted after 3 days. Exceptions are to be arranged with your Instructor in advance. Total Points: 25 ● 5 points, overview, format, professionalism, citing and references, clarity, and spelling ● 5 points each for Risk Breakdown Structure (“RBS”), Impact Table, Heat Map, and Risk Register Percentage: 15% Requirements 1. Title Page 2. Table of Contents 3. References (include all sources used) 4. Overview explaining the purpose of the Risk Management Plan and Risk Register for this project 5. Using best practices, create an RBS. At a minimum, it should contain: a. At least 4 risk categories b. At least 3 risks identified per category 6. Create an impact table. At a minimum, it should contain: a. Use a scale of 1 to 3 for impact ratings b. Consequence (impact) columns for Cost, Time, Scope, and Quality 7. Create a heat map. At a minimum, it should contain: a. Probability vs severity b. Include threats and opportunities c. Short explanation (1-sentence) for each probability level d. Short explanation (1-sentence) for each severity level 8. Create an abbreviated risk register (table format) and identify 3 risks. At a minimum, each risk should contain: a. Risk statement, use the format from the Risk Register assignment b. Priority (from heat map) c. Impact rating and why this was selected d. Probability and why this was selected INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1 MGMT 8370 SEC 3 & 9 PROF SHAILA ARNAHA 2 SCOPE STATEMENT It is October 5th, 2020 and you are a member of the Conestoga College Students Incorporated (“CSI”), responsible for planning a College-wide talent show to celebrate the end of the COVID-19. CSI is volunteer-led and decided to organize a talent show to showcase the abilities and diversity of staff and students. All proceeds generated by the event will be directed to the student food bank. More students than ever are accessing the food bank, for more information on hampers connect to this link Wellness – Food Bank – Policy & Procedures. The goal is to raise $25,000 and collect 1,000 KG of non-perishable food items. Most of the CSI volunteers are turning over as they have graduated. There are a few new members that have 2 more school years before graduation. A new CSI president takes over on August 1st of each year. The fair must be held indoors, but a venue has not yet been secured. The team has completed a preliminary planning meeting and developed an initial scope statement including milestones (see below). During the meeting many risks were identified. Project Objective To organize and deliver a three-hour talent show at Conestoga College Doon Campus at a cost not to exceed $5,000 during the 2nd week of January 2021. Limits and Exclusions ● Private area for performer preparation ● Event must be over by 10:00 PM ● Venue insurance (provided by Conestoga) ● Alcohol-free ● Only Conestoga staff and students allowed Technical Requirements ● Performance area ● Professional sound stage and system ● Seating for 200 people ● Acts must be 3-minute MIN and 10-minute MAX ● Compliance with Conestoga safety, security and inclusion standards Deliverables ● Advertising ● Security ● Performance schedule ● Food trucks ● Conestoga branded merchandise ● Entertainment ● Licenses and approvals ● Sponsors ● Volunteers Milestones Oct 5th Project kick-off Oct 26th Sponsors signed Nov 2nd Licenses and approvals Nov 16th Acts selected, schedule released Nov 23rd Venue booked Dec 7th Vendor contracts signed Dec 14th Merchandise, advertising approved Jan 14th Talent show Assumptions ● Conestoga will not provide funding ● Event will be held on the Doon Campus with no charge for using existing facilities ● No issues related to COVID-19 Customer Review ● CSI President