Project Management Institute

How to manage uncertainty

calculating the risk of innovation can minimize the threat of project failure

Innovation and risk go hand in hand. In fact, most innovation projects involve so much uncertainty that they're bound to fail — or at least diverge from their original purpose. So implementing solid risk management is crucial for anticipating obstacles and attaining your project goals.
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