Tip #4: When you review your risk management plan, make it a habit to include discussions of positive risk (opportunities)
Risk can be thought of as positive and negative. Positive risks are called opportunities and they are just as important as the traditional negative risk.
Executive decision makers must be educated on the benefits of managing the positive risk (opportunities). Positive risk should be included in the risk register with risk triggers, risk response, contingency plans, risk owner and risk impacts. Treat them with the same vigor as negative risk. The positive risk can produce project deliverables that will bring improved visibility to your project.