Project governance is the framework within which decisions are made on projects. This book will provide the practical information necessary to establish and implement a project governance framework for a project or across an organisation.
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.
Ross Garland advises organizations on project and program establishment and development. As well as structuring the governance of large projects and programs of work, he has established enterprise-wide project governance frameworks for local and state government agencies. He works with senior management to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations' delivery of projects through the establishment of high quality, consistent management structures and processes. He has lived and worked in the US and UK and currently resides in Australia.
To find out more, go to www.rossgarland.com