Co-Directing Change: a Guide to the Governance of Multi-Owned Projects
Multi-owned projects are on the increase, as businesses and other organisations capitalise on their complementary resources while diluting risk exposure. Written by the APM Governance of Project Management SIG, this guide enables an organisation’s directors to question how well its shared projects are governed and to decide where and at what level action is needed.
Readers of this publication may also be interested in Directing Change: A Guide to Governance of Project Management 2nd edition and Sponsoring Change: A Guide to the Governance Aspects of Project Sponsorship
Paperback: 246x189mm, 24pp, 2007
Author: APM Governance of Project Management Specific Interest Group
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