Publication Date: 30-Jan-2017
Governance of Co-Owned Projects is a direct response to the challenge of managing projects in an increasingly interconnected world.
As the guide explains: ‘The challenge for organisations who sponsor or deliver co-owned projects is that traditional project management frameworks and methods are based on governance structures that assume a single hierarchical route for authority and accountability. This is rarely the case for co-owned projects, which is why organisations are rightly challenging whether their traditional governance arrangements are fit for purpose.’
Inside, readers will find the principles for the governance of co-owned projects, together with checklists and key questions for co-owners to ask.
Governance of Co-Owned Projects is aimed at those who influence corporate governance in organisations including company directors, project portfolio directors and sponsors.
Governance of Co-Owned Projects is the successor to the highly-regarded Co-Directing Change publication. Readers may also be interested in: Directing Change, Sponsoring Change and Directing Agile Change.