If a common developer or a manager is asked why their company does not have a risk management process, they can give a lot of different responses. Some will be extremely simple: “We do not have risks,” others will be more sophisticated: “We are dealing with the problems as they arise,” “Our task – to develop the program, and not fill in bureaucratic forms” and so on. The real cause of dislike for risk management often lies in the following. First of all, the company is afraid to move away from the traditional position of “we’ll make it”. Risk management implies that there may be a failure. Then there is a following reason: risk management is often considered to be a way to justify the future defeat. Project managers are often too afraid of risk management. They believe that if the pre-identified risk is realized, it will be seen as their fault. However, this situation usually helps demonstrate how they managed to reduce the potential consequences of the risk through preventive measures.