Launch of the second edition of Directing Change: A guide to governance of project management

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Posted by APM on 9th Nov 2011

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.

The new edition is available here on the APM website.

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