Sammy is the project manager for her organization. She would like to rate each risk based on its probability and affect on time, cost, and scope. Harry, a project team member, has never done this before and thinks Sammy is wrong to attempt this approach. Harry says that an accumulative risk score should be created, not three separate risk scores.
Who is correct in this scenario?
- A: Harry is correct, because the risk probability and impact considers all objectives of the project.
- B: Harry is correct, the risk probability and impact matrix is the only approach to risk assessment.
- C: Sammy is correct, because organizations can create risk scores for each objective of the project.
- D: Sammy is correct, because she is the project manager.