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Top 5 Tips for using Primavera Risk Analysis


 As any good project manager will tell you, managing the risks associated with a project and having the ability to schedule activities is absolutely crucial to its success. Primavera Risk Analysis (Pertmaster) is a powerful Schedule and Risk Analysis tool that will help you to do both of these things by enabling you to put together an effective risk plan for any project.

Attending a Primavera Risk Analysis (Pertmaster) Overview Course and Primavera Risk Analysis (Pertmaster) Schedule and Risk Analysis Course will help you to become an expert in these powerful project management tools.

If you want some instant project  management development, then following our top 5 tips below will help you to get the most out of Primavera Risk Analysis:-

1.     Quick Risk

Not got time to assess every single task for three point estimates? Try using Primavera Risk Analysis’ Quick Risk feature to quickly add uncertainly against each task 

2.     Schedule Integrity

Worried that the schedules you import from Primavera P6 or Microsoft Project are not setup properly? Use Primavera Risk Analysis’ Schedule Check feature to check for common schedule problems such as open ended tasks, multiple constraint dates and lags 

3.     Updating Original Plans with Uncertainty

Want to use Primavera Risk Analysis’ Quick Risk and Templated Quick Risk features but manage three point estimates in P6 or Microsoft Project?  Why not import your schedules into PRA, add the three point estimates using Quick Risk? Or use Templated Quick Risk and then you can use the Update feature to send them back to your original plan

4.     Adding Your Own Logo To Risk Reports

Within the Risk Register reporting area, you can click the Logo button and add in your own company logo.  This will now appear on all Risk Reports

5.     Categorising Your Risks

To make it easier to break down and categorise a risk register, use the RBS feature from the Edit menu to setup your own RBS (Risk Breakdown Structure) to use against each risk. You can then filter and report out on specific categories

One Response

  1. Latest version

    What is the latest version of PertMaster nowadays?


    Have Oracle brought the VBA back in?


    Many thanks, 

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