The level of risk that an organization will face can increase as a result of all of the following except:A. The cash reserves the company holds.
B. Increasing the expected time to complete a project.
C. Variability of expected returns.
D. Decreasing the expected time to complete a project.
Risks are a function of volatility (variability) and time. Increased volatility, such as variability in expected returns, translates into increased risk. The longer the time frame, the more the uncertainty, and consequently, the higher the risk. Shorter time frames imply lower risk.