Effective Governance webinar
Posted by APM on 14th Jan 2013
Effective Governance: a practical overview of applying simple governance principles to improve decision-making effectiveness and efficiency for projects and programmes.
The APM Governance SIG's Martin Sampire and Andy Murray recently gave a webinar presentation on directing change followed by a series of case studies showing how its governance principles have practically been applied.
The briefing showed how good governance improves the performance of projects and programmes and will also highlight the consequences of weak governance.
Attendees were able to take away the key concepts of good governance and will be able to undertake a simple assessment of their project or programme in order to identify if and how governance can be improved.
The presentation and webinar can be found at the following link and a further presentation will take place in the near future - details will be published shortly.
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