|Title of event||Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation in Design|
|Organising (SIGs)||Risk Management Processes and Methods in Design SIG|
|Workshop chairs||Jeffrey W Herrmann|
Conducting a design process requires managing many types of uncertainty. One can even view product design and development itself as a risk management process that reduces uncertainty in a structured manner from the step of generating the first product idea to launch of a product in the market. The Risk Management Processes and Methods in Design SIG (Risk SIG) studies design processes through the lens of risk management.
This workshop will focus on three key risk management activities: (1) risk identification (what are the potential problems); (2) risk assessment (how to estimate the likelihood and consequences); and (3) risk mitigation (how to reduce the risk).
The workshop will be divided into three discussions (one for each activity). Each discussion will begin with a brief presentation on the activity that reviews the fundamentals and relevant research on concepts and techniques relevant to that activity. The participants will also contribute their expertise and ideas to the discussion and share information about additional relevant prior work. The expected outcome of this interactive workshop is a bibliography of works that describe or propose methods in these three risk management activities.
Participants are asked to bring relevant references to share with fellow workshop participants. Participants will be invited to contribute a literature review that documents the workshop results .
If you plan to attend the workshop and are able to let the workshop chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) know by email that would help the planning for the event. But even if you are not able to email, please come along!