Directing Change: A Guide to Governance of Project Management
David Shannon, chair of the APM Governance SIG, talks about the new edition of Directing Change.
Over 60,000 copies of the first edition of this guide are in use internationally by boards of directors, public sector governing bodies, their advisers, academics, trainers and the next generation of senior management currently studying management and business studies.
This second edition of ‘Directing Change’ has been updated to reflect the terminology and structure of more recently published APM guidance, such as ‘Co-Directing Change’, ‘Sponsoring Change’, feedback from users and changes to regulations such as the new ‘UK Corporate Governance Code‘ which has replaced the previous ‘Combined Code’.
The increased awareness of the importance of corporate risk management, sustainable development and ethical practice is recognised.
Written by the APM Governance of Project Management Specific Interest Group, this guide will help you apply standard governance requirements to your project portfolio.
Readers of this publication may also be interested in Sponsoring Change: A Guide to the Governance Aspects of Project Sponsorship and Co-directing Change: A Guide to the Governance of Multi-Owned Projects
Paperback: 210x146mm, 24pp, 2011
Author: APM Governance of Project Management Specific Interest Group
Discount: 10% off for APM members - £6.75
APM members should contact Turpin Distribution on +44 (0)1767 604951 to receive their 10% discount
This publication can be purchased from Turpin Distribution
Members can download the guide for free
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