|Overview: Program Risk|
Potential outcomes that would prevent a program of related projects from meeting a goal.
What is Program Risk?
John Spacey, updated on June 25, 2017
A program risk is a potential outcome that causes a program to fail to meet a goal. It is related to individual project risks with a focus on risks that have cross-project impact. For example, integration risks between projects are commonly tracked at the program management level.
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