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What is meant by "execution horizon" in project management?

One article  I've read lately stated that "Some of the project parameters that affect the risks level include: project size, structure, composition, technology used, execution horizon, etc..." What is meant by "execution horizon" in this context?
asked 9 years ago by hairul (1,320 points) edited 9 years ago by MaplePM

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It can mean several things (need the full context to determine what the author meant), but most likely it means the length of the project.

This is not a PMBOK term and not a project management term in any reference. Project managers are (in)famous for creating their own lexicon that may or may not mean something to the rest of the world (including other project managers). I personally don't think high of project managers creating their own jargon just to impress others...
answered 9 years ago by MaplePM (46,940 points)

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