Kippy makes it easy to manage all aspects of organisation risk, and how that relates to you corporate strategy.
Kippy does this by allowing all your users to enter and track risk at Team, Project and Task level.
All these risk items are then collated in to a single company-wide Risk report - to help you understand and mitigate level - with a focus on which aspects of your strategy those risks are associated with.
In this article, we will see how risk can be submitted - and then how it is collated into a single overarching report.
At a Team level, risks can be submitted in the Executive Summary under Qualitative Analysis.
This allows every team member to view and update the key challenges and risks, which are tracked on a monthly basis. As per usual, any changes are fully audited.
Owners of Projects, can also maintain risks and mitigations at project level - and specifically how those risks related to the related corporate objective and strategic milestones.
In the Details screen, users can add notes against each KPI and Project. Each note may or may not have a task related to it.
Those tasks become part of a workflow, with the current state of the task in that workflow, set by changing the Task Status.
The tasks are then presented in a Kanbaan view on the Tasks screen, with tasks organised into columns per status. Users can now drop and drag tasks between columns to progress them through the workflow.
Please note, the list of statuses a task can be in, is totally configurable by System Admin in the Settings screens. One of the statuses in the default configuration is "At risk".
Kippy automatically collates the Teams' risks, Projects' risks and any tasks in the status of 'At risk' into a single Risk report.
By the way, kippy actually collates all tasks in a status that has the word 'risk' in it - which is very useful if you change the default tasks statuses.
That Risk report is available as a microapp to all users with the "manager" role.
That Risk report displays all the risk of those different types in to a single print-friendly report.
Please keep in mind that what we have seen here is the default behaviour - but everything is configurable and customizable to perfectly meet your use case.
I hope this helps - any questions - please contact us via the Live Chat or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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