Project risk is an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has an effect on the project.
Scope creep is often a result of poor change control.
Estimates or assumptions built into your project budget turn out to be inaccurate.
Changes cause an unexpected negative impact on the product, people or process.
Integration of technology, processes, or information fails.
Failing to meet a goal due to a lack of resources.
Facing losses as a result of the other party not fulfilling the terms of a contract.
Disagreements with an employee or stakeholder could disrupt your project.
Having no project sponsor or losing one in the middle of a project.
Technology failures disrupt your project.
The project takes longer than planned.
Activities rely on the completion of another activity.
Assumptions are accepted as truths at the start of a project, though they turn out to be false.
Team members are inexperienced, and lack the necessary skills to complete the project.
Lack of stakeholder commitment, or conflict between stakeholders, distrupts the project.
Failing to foster a safe and healthy work environment.
Change in regulations or legislation affects the project.
Losses due to quality that fails to meet your quality goals.
Underestimating the complexity of the project.
Supplier fails to deliver on their commitments to you.
Physical or information security incident.