To attain the strategic objective of digital acceleration—that is, to shorten lead time to market—many enterprises are adopting Agile methodologies for business, technology and process-related projects. As enterprises transition to Agile delivery, they will need to rethink their control functions, including risk management, develop capabilities to conduct risk assessments and advise risk owners in near real time. An Agile risk management process can integrate leading practices from project management and enterprise risk management with Agile methodologies to meet the demands of organizational agility. This white paper provides guidance for conducting risk assessment in an Agile context to support decision-making.

Digital technology / specialisation

  • Cybersecurity

Digital skill level

  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Digital Expert

Geographic Scope - Country

  • European Union

Type of initiative

EU institutional initiative

Target audience

  • Digital skills for all
  • Digital skills for the labour force.
  • Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts.

Target language

  • English

Methodology

To attain the strategic objective of digital acceleration—that is, to shorten lead time to market—many enterprises are adopting Agile methodologies for business, technology and process-related projects. As enterprises transition to Agile delivery, they will need to rethink their control functions, including risk management, develop capabilities to conduct risk assessments and advise risk owners in near real time. An Agile risk management process can integrate leading practices from project management and enterprise risk management with Agile methodologies to meet the demands of organizational agility. This white paper provides guidance for conducting risk assessment in an Agile context to support decision-making.

Supporting documents

Target group

  • Persons in tertiary education (EQF 7)

Skills resource type

Other training material