Risk Mitigation is a general risk response strategies.
Further explanation might clear the situation!
Thanks for pointing that out.
komal wrote:Which of the following describes responses provided which may be used in the event that a specific trigger occurs?
Contingent Response Strategies
For risks which have a contingency response plan, the triggers are usually the events which will invoke the contingency response
I will go with option #1
fallback plan is usually used when you primary response (contingency response) fail to achieve desired results
in project you there is a risk of staff member leavings as the skills they have has high demand in market, as a contingency response if a staff member resigns you have a pre-approval to hire from the market.However when you realize that hiring plan is taking time and not effective, a fallback plan could be to BUY the skills from a vendor
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