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September 21, 2007

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That burndown graph is a great idea for any type of project, including non technical ones. Where did you get it?

Cheers

Hi Craig,

Thanks for you feedback and yes, risk profile graphs are useful for any kind of project. I started creating then about 7 years ago when trying to illustrate the risk reduction activities of RUP Elaboration phase work.

Regards
Mike

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