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    What are the types of risk that a project manager should take into account when planning an initiative and structuring teams?

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    According to the PMBOK, there are several types of risks that a project manager should take into account. These include: technical, external, organizational and project management issues.

    I'm choosing to discuss the technical requirements, but only because operating systems tend to cause people a lot of issues when they have older computers and/or aren't able to invest in newer technologies. In cases like this, and I will use taking an online course as an example here, it is important for people to know what technical requirements are required for them to use a piece of software, otherwise, they may not be able to get their work ...

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