Scenario: You are an entrepreneur in the process of researching a business development idea. As you create a high-level Information Technology (IT) strategy for your new enterprise, it is important to address risks to IT. A Project Risk Management Plan will guide the process of identifying enterprise risks and the appropriate steps to mitigate and manage the risks. The Data Collection Plan is intended to describe a high-level process for applying enterprise resources in identifying, analyzing, and mitigating IT risks. The Risk Management Plan is a working document, which is expected to change over time as new project details emerge.
Create a high-level Project Risk Management Plan for your project in a minimum of 1,050 words which includes the following information:
A description of the enterprise IT risks
An assessment of the enterprise exposure to each risk
A summary of the highest priority risks
High-level procedures to mitigate and manage the most likely risks
High-level procedures to address business resumption and disaster recovery
Mudbound, placed mostly in the years following WWII, presents this era in American history through the eyes of a few main characters. The McAllan family, a white family who own a small farm, and the Jacksons, their black sharecroppers. However, the story is put through a unique perspective as a member of each family has recently returned from the war. This gives them an uncommon relationship for this era as they find common ground through the hardships they faced in the war. The beginning few chapters do a good job at setting the stage for the future racial conflict in the novel. The very first scene is Henry and Jamie digging a grave for their recently deceased, white father. This goes south however when they hit bones that had a chain around the ankle. This leads them to believe that they are the bones of a runaway slave who was shot and buried. Right away they say how it would anger their father knowing he was buried in a grave with a black person. This exchange shows the racial disconnect that the South had during this time and how prejudiced many white people were. Mudbound also excels at depicting the role of women in southern society during that era. Laura, who went to college and is currently a school teacher, is constantly worried about finding a husband as that is what is the societal norm. Even though she cares less about her appearance than the other women, it becomes clear when she meets Henry that she wants to impress him with her looks. The book also depicts how she is much closer connected to her friends and feels a greater sense of belonging after she starts dating Henry. This demonstrates how women were thought of solely in the domestic sphere and not meant to excel in other facets of life. This can also be seen during the luncheon before Laura marries Henry. Henry’s sisters took the traditional path of a southern, proper lady and married into rich families that owned plantations. This leads to them having very uppity attitudes and believing college or other forms of work is beneath them. One of his sisters, Eboline, even says that college is pointless, “Unless of course you’re poor, or plain”(Jordan 31). For someone who grew up in a family that placed such emphasis on education talk like this is shocking and hurtful for Laura. She represents a more progressive lady who did not think that her only job in life was to marry a rich man, look pretty, and gossip. ...(download the rest of the essay above)>GET ANSWER