Neil works as a project manager for SoftTech Inc. He is working with Tom, the COO of his company, on several risks within the project. Tom understands that through qualitative analysis Neil has identified many risks in the project. Tom's concern, however, is that the priority list of these risk events are sorted in "high-risk," "moderate-risk," and "low-risk" as conditions apply within the project. Tom wants to know that is there any other objective on which Neil can make the priority list for project risks. What will be Neil's reply to Tom?
- A: Risk may be listed by the responses in the near-term
- B: Risks may be listed by categories
- C: Risks may be listed by the additional analysis and response
- D: Risks may be listed by priority separately for schedule, cost, and performance