Risk Management and Relatics at Mobilis

Mobilis has been using Relatics for many years, and applies a Relatics-template called Mobilizer as a project management tool. With projects and processes becoming more and more complex, Mobilizer was developed to stay in control of the continuously growing amount of information on projects. In this presentation, an insight is given into the way Mobilis effectively applies risk management supported by Relatics-tooling using a template-environment.

Presentation (in Dutch)


Risk Management at projects using a template-environment

by Rutger van den Noort and Bart Koerts (Mobilis)

Risk management plays an important role in controlling projects because of its holistic perspective. The Relatics-tooling enables Mobilis to make smart connections to all relevant processes and systems. The underlying purpose of this is that informed decision-making can take place and the project stays in control. Subsequently, learning about risks takes place at the project level, resulting in a continuously improving way of managing those and future projects.

Due to continuous development of the Mobilizer, overviews, checks and reports have become better and better. Downside of the continuous development of the Mobilizer was that large differences arose between older and newer versions of the Mobilizer. Users spent a lot of time at becoming acquainted with the new Mobilizer. Introducing project releases based on a template mostly eliminated these inconveniences; however, this also results in new challenges.

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