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Тренинги, Курсы, Обучение — Agile, Scrum, OKR
17 October, 2022 г.
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How do you score impact on RICE?

To score impact on RICE, you need to identify the most important risks and impacts that your organization will experience. You can do this by…

How do you score impact on RICE?

To score impact on RICE, you need to identify the most important risks and impacts that your organization will experience. You can do this by looking at your current risks, the last year's risks, and any new or unexpected changes that have occurred recently.

It's also important to consider how much risk is involved in each of these areas. For example, if you know that there are a lot of people who get sick because they don't wash their hands before eating at one of your restaurants, then it would be worth more points than if only one person got sick from drinking contaminated water at another restaurant.

Next, you'll want to consider what the impact would be if something did happen. Would it cause physical harm? Would it cause financial harm? Would it cause reputational harm?

Finally, you'll want to determine how likely it is that something will happen and how severe the consequences would be if it did happen.

Then multiply all these factors together: likelihood x severity x impact = total score

To score impact on RICE, you need to know three things: the difference between the expected outcome and the actual outcome, the severity of the impact, and how many people were affected.

To calculate that first number, subtract the expected outcome from the actual outcome. If you're working on a project that's supposed to have 100 units of output but only produced 80 units of output, then your score for this category would be -20 (80-100).

To find out if there was any impact in this category, subtract your original score from zero. In this case, -20 minus zero is 20—so yes, there was some impact here.

Finally, to know how many people were impacted by this issue, multiply your original score by 10. Because we were dealing with a small number here (0.2%), multiplying by 10 gives us an answer of 1.2—which means that 1.2 people were impacted by this issue.