Risk Management System: It's a proactive approach rather than reactive.
The uncertainties management system is an easy yet effective process of identifying, quantifying, analyzing, and responding to risk factors throughout the life of a project and in the best interest of its goal and objectives.
An effective uncertainties management system simply means taking control over possible future events which must be very proactive, not reactive. For an instance:
Project activity in a particular network needs new technology to be developed. The time given to them is just six months for the activity. However, the techies think that a nine-month time is more feasible.
If the project manager is proactive instead of reactive, his or her team will develop a contingency plan right away. This way, they develop solutions before the life of a project is likely to come to an end. On the other hand, if the manager is reactive, then the team under him or she does everything but not what they should do in order to reduce future uncertainty and risk factors.
The biggest motto of an effective uncertainties management system, therefore, is to reduce the risk related to unseen future events and mitigate the magnitude of those rises.
Benefits of Risk Management Systems
Apart from identifying the risk, risk management systems have been developed to do more. They must quantify the Uncertainties and foresee the effect on the project. The outcome of the system is either acceptable or unacceptable. Now, this acceptability or non-acceptability of risk is generally dependent on the tolerance level of risk for the manager responsible.