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Risk matrix diagram 3 x 3 with status symbols
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Risk Matrix Diagram 3 x 3 with Status Symbols

Slide Content

The slide presents a 3x3 risk matrix diagram with status symbols. Each box within the matrix contains a space for a status icon, indicating different levels of risk or project status. The three status symbols shown are a cross (X) for negative or high-risk status, an exclamation point within a circle for a warning or medium-risk status, and a checkmark (✔) for positive or low-risk status. This organization suggests a method for categorizing and visualizing varying levels of risks within a project or process.

Graphical Look

  • The main feature is a 3x3 grid representing the risk matrix, with colored outlines for each cell.
  • Three cells in the grid include a status symbol: a red cross, a yellow exclamation point, and a green checkmark.
  • To the right of the matrix, there is a blue text box with the word 'Header' and bullet points indicating where descriptive text can be added.
  • Horizontal and vertical headers labeled 'Header' are included to suggest areas where the matrix's axes can be described.
  • A gray arrow points upwards, and another points to the right, each adjacent to the 'Header' labels, likely representing axes for risk assessment criteria.
  • The slide background shows a blurred image of a business setting, possibly a desk with documents.

The slide has a clean, professional design with a simple color scheme that emphasizes the status symbols. The use of a blurred photographic background gives it a modern and engaging appearance without distracting from the content.

Use Cases

  • To assess and present risk levels for various aspects of a project during a project management meeting.
  • For use in a strategic planning session, mapping out potential risks associated with different business scenarios or strategies.
  • During a team update, to visually communicate the current status of tasks or objectives and their associated risks.
  • As part of a training session or workshop on risk management, teaching participants how to categorize and respond to potential risks using a visual tool.

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