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Program Risk Evaluation Checklist

Program Risk Evaluation Checklist

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Program Risk Evaluation Checklist Template
 
Rev. 1.0, 01-07-2006 
PROGRAM RISK EVALUATION CHECKLIST
Program Name:Prepared by:Date
(MM/DD/YYYY)
:
1. Instructions
For each Item below, complete all blank fields (see footnotes for Planning Status and Risk Level columns).
 At the bottom of this form, enter an overall evaluation rating (H, M, L, N) for this project.
2. Evaluation
ItemNo.ItemPlanningStatus 
1
RiskLevel
2
Comments /Plan to Resolve1Program Planning
1.1
Does this program have a Sponsor?
1.2
Are specific Business Objectives for thisprogram documented and available to thestakeholders?
1.3
Is there an identified Program Manager?
1.4
Does the Program Manager have a welldefined role?
1.5
Does the Program Manager have sufficienttraining and experience to do the job?
1.6
Does the Program Manager have adequatetime allocated to his/her duties as ProgramManager?
1.7
Is the primary Customer of this programidentified? Are other customers identified?
1.8
Is there a group of stakeholders involved inoversight of this program?
1.9
Does the program have sufficient resourcesassigned to it to accomplish the work thatwill be required (e.g. is there a ProgramManagement Office that providesadministrative support?)
1.10
Does the assigned staff actually have timeallocated to work on the program?
1.11
Is there a defined organizational structurefor the Program Management group?(Note: this question refers to the overallprogram, not to the underlying projects thatthe program may generate.)
1.12
Is there a document that describes howthose managing this program will conducttheir work?
1
 
Enter one of the following:
 
C
(Complete),
P
(Partially Complete),
A
 (Absent);
 Y
(Yes),
N
(No);
NA
(Not Applicable)
2
 
Enter one of the following:
 
H
(High),
M
(Medium),
L 
(Low),
A 
(Absent)
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Program Risk Evaluation Checklist Template
 
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2. Evaluation
ItemNo.ItemPlanningStatusRiskLevelComments /Plan to Resolve
1.13
Is there a process in place that ensures thatresources are assigned to projectsaccording to the priority and requirementsof those projects?
1.14
Are there political (e.g. “turf”) issues thatcould compromise the success of thisprogram?
1.15
Is there an organizational structure in placeto support the Benefits Realization Plan?
1.16
Do all stakeholder groups haverepresentation in the program?
2Program Mission and Goals
2.1
Is the overall purpose of this programdocumented and available to stakeholders?
2.2
Is there agreement that this programsupports the organization’s BusinessStrategy?
2.3
Is there agreement that this work must bedone as a program (e.g. that it cannot bedone as a single large project)?
2.4
Are the specific Business Objectives of thisprogram documented and available to thestakeholders?
2.5
Is there agreement on how the Customer of the program will benefit?
2.6
Are the business drivers that currentlycause this program to exist likely to changeduring the course of the program?
2.7
Is program scope (e.g. the kinds of projectsand other programs that will comprise theprogram) documented and available tostakeholders?
2.8
Is there a defined and agreed to ChangeManagement process for Scope changes?
2.9
Are the Goals and Milestones of thisprogram defined, agreed to anddocumented?
2.10
Has Success been defined for thisprogram?
2.11
Are metrics defined that will measureprogram success?
2.12
Is the organization identified that will carryout measurement of program successmetrics?
2.13
Is there agreement on who will evaluate theresults of this program?
2.14
Does this program have dependencies(inputs or outputs) on other work alreadyunderway in the organization?
2.15
Is there a mechanism in place thatmanages review of the program in the eventthat there is a change in business strategy?
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Program Risk Evaluation Checklist Template
 
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2. Evaluation
ItemNo.ItemPlanningStatusRiskLevelComments /Plan to Resolve3Program Finances
3.1
Does this program have establishedfunding?
3.2
Are the expected business benefits of thisprogram documented and available tostakeholders?
3.3
Is there agreement on the business benefitsthat this program will provide?
3.4
Is there agreement that the anticipatedbenefits are realistic?
3.5
Is there a documented and agreed uponbenefits realization plan?
3.6
Is there a process in place to evaluate theimpact of project changes on the value of the program?
3.7
Is there a process in place to monitor andmeasure business benefits as they accrue?
3.8
Does this program have specific anddocumented ROI targets?
3.9
Is this program part of a managed projectportfolio?
3.10
Is there a documented and agreed uponchange management plan for programcost?
5Program Quality
5.1
Does this program have documentedQuality targets?
5.2
Is there agreement on the Quality targets?
5.3
Has staff been assigned specifically tomaintain program quality?
5.4
Is there agreement on how importantQuality is in this program (vs schedule andcost)?
5.5
Is there a documented and agreed uponchange management plan for programQuality?
5.6
Is there a process in place to identify andterminate projects of low value (e.g.anticipated ROI has declined)?
6Program Communication
6.1
Does this program have a documentedcommunication plan that is available to allstakeholders?
6.2
Are there communication channels in placethat Project Managers can use tocollaborate?
6.3
Are project managers encouraged tocollaborate?
6.4
Is there any impediment to communicationamong project managers?
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