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About the book

The Ultimate Guide to RAID Log
by Kim Essendrup

This book will introduce you to RAID logs and help you learn how to use them so your projects can immediately benefit.

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Part 2: What is in a RAID log?

In its original and most simple form, a RAID log is a spreadsheet with four tabs; one each for tracking Risks, Action items, Issues, and Decisions (R.A.I.D.) for a project. We’ll talk more about how to use this log, how to extend it and other ways to host your RAID log throughout this book. But let’s start with the basics of a RAID log: Risks, Action items, Issues and Decisions.

For each of the following RAID log tabs, we have included a list of recommended columns for building your own RAID log in the Appendix.


Together, we can run or rescue any project