Author: Ross Garland
Published: 03/02/2009 - 224 Pages
Imprint / Publisher: Kogan Page / Kogan page
Series: Updating ...
Book Type: Reference
Effective project decision making is recognised as a key feature of successful projects. Ineffective decision making leads to project delay and failure.
Project Governance takes readers through the logical steps required for the establishment of a project governance framework for a project or organisation. Starting with problems typical of ineffective project governance, it develops a set of principles designed to overcome these problems and builds a framework based on these principles.
This comprehensive guide explains how to populate the framework effectively, provides the accountabilities and responsibilities of the main roles , and describes how to integrate the project governance framework into the organisation.
Whether you are a project management practitioner or a student of project management, the lessons learned in this valuable handbook make for essential reading.