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Capital investment governance: The integrated governance of projects, programmes and portfolios

Ross Garland

December 2011

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The purpose of this White Paper is to present an integrated approach to the governance of projects, programmes and portfolios. It aims to demonstrate how the logic behind concepts such as ownership and accountability can be used to ensure a consistent approach to governance across an organization.

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16 Mar 2016 Fustbariclation
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This is a sound approach, well described. It complements Service Governance very well. The chain of accountability from the Service Portfolio to the board, must include accountability for projects, and programmes - as well as the service portfolio itself. These must be integrated for under a clear set of requirements, to deliver value to the organisation - with measurable value/cost, as with the services themselves.

As this paper recognises, integration is essential. See also:



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