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Phase: Roll-out

Management installation

Creating suitable management structures should account for the processing of stakeholders and enablers. The assessment and balancing of the risks attached to stakeholders and enablers is a key task for the management of your Civic Energy Initiative to be successful. In addition to the identified capacities needed and the risks collected from surveys from our partners' pilot projects and listed in the Planning's phase Feasability assessment we provide a more theoretical approach to risks in our "Risk Matrix" (risk evaluation matrix; introduction into this conecpt).

Find an interactive version of the identified risk matrixes for pilots in the Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen below.

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Impact: n/a Probability: n/a Value: n/a
Action: n/a
Responsible: n/a

Probability The probability is so high that it is a question of when it occurs and to what extent. Certain
4 8 12 16
May very well occur but probably not very frequently. Likely
3 6 9 12
Probably does not occur under normal circumstances or at least not frequently. Possible
2 4 6 8
Non-existing or low risk Unlikely
1 2 3 4
      Minor impact to the project. Project can go on with minor adaptations. Some impact to the project. Project can go on but with certain adaptations. Major impact to the project. Major adaptations necessary to continue the project. Project is cancelled or forced to change so much it is no longer a civic energy project.