Major projects typically add significant operational, financial, reputational, and regulatory risk to an organization’s overall risk profile. This project risk may by itself exceed the normal level of organizational risk leaders are accustomed to dealing with. Consequently, these strategic projects demand the implementation of risk identification, monitoring, mitigation, and control activities. These risk management activities, however, are often unaccounted for in the project’s budget and instead draw resources away from the organization’s other risk management efforts; diminishing the business’s overall ability to effectively manage its other risks.
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