Generating scenarios

■ Generating scenarios involves thinking through the extent of the risk for each task

■ For each task, identify the impact of the task risk on task duration

■ Tailor the duration to the anticipated impact on schedule of that scenario

■ Example: a two-week (expected) software review becomes five weeks in the pessimistic scenario

Scenario 1: Expected. Expected scenario is the option that, given all the risks and issues inherent in that task, will likely occur

■ Expected scenario is generated by consensus, drawing on team members and assigned resource, to determine normal delays

■ Expected scenario would be the baseline schedule under normal circumstances

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