Identifying and flagging risk levels within tasks can be easily accomplished with TaskMap 4 Professional. There are two ways of flagging risk levels, manually and automatically through TaskMap Capture for Excel. In the image below, you can see that different colors are used to indicate the level of risk on a scale of 1 to 5. Five being the highest level with a red indicator and green being the lowest level, or a level 1.
Selecting the data graphics panel from your TaskMap ribbon or menu will allow you to create a real time instance of the risk levels within your process.
In addition, you can assign risk levels from TaskMap Capture from Excel, and display the results automatically as the TCE worksheet automatically updates the content of your process map. This is particularly useful if you are creating the risk assignment level based on other parameters within the TaskMap or external spreadsheet. This might indicate the work is going to be late or delayed, over budget or not within quality guidelines previously set by your team.