Evolving Programme Governance Models in a Digital World White Paper

Cecily Macdougall

August 2014

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Based on the author's research in Australia, this paper explores how programme and project governance structures have been adapted in programmes with significant IT components. It describes and critiques different models in place that try to accommodate the relationships with suppliers and the IT community.

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18 May 2018 Stu Reevell
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Would be good to have more recent case studies. Whilst the conclusions and evidence make interesting reading, there seems to be an obvious gap here on the human dynamic of governance. Establishing governance structures does not guarantee a willingness or capability to adopt P3M effective behaviours, and this remains a challenge.
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