Joint projects and the governance conundrum webinar, 27 January 2017, write up and resources
Posted by Maya Creasey on 2nd Jan 2017
The world today is increasingly interconnected. The role boundaries between government organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), private enterprise, social enterprise, communities and individuals are increasingly ambiguous. It is not surprising then that joint projects are becoming increasingly more common in practice.
On Friday 27 January 2017 Andy Murray and Martin Samphire gave a webinar presentation on the ten principles of co-owned projects based on the SIG publication Governance of Co-Owned Projects. They discussed the challenges for organisations that sponsor or deliver co-owned projects from the traditional project management frameworks and methods based on governance structures that assume a single hierarchical route for authority and accountability.
A write up will be published here shortly.
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