Q: A fishbone diagram is a useful tool for risk planning because it identifies the possible cause of a problem that may or may not occur. In what other part of the project management process can you use the diagram?
Q: A fishbone diagram helps with risk planning by pointing out potential sources of problems that could arise or not. What additional stage of the project management process is the diagram applicable to?
- Execution phase
- Engagement phase
- Mitigation phase
- Closing phase
Explanation: To analyze the underlying causes of the risks that have been identified and assist in the development of effective mitigation methods, a fishbone diagram may be used if it is necessary to address and mitigate risks throughout the execution of the project.