Project governance is more not understood than misunderstood. Here we explain what each dimension is and the risks of not executing each dimension effectively.

Project governance is not operational or project management — it is a unique set of knowledge and knowhow that needs to be understood, learned, and applied.

Too often executives try to ‘wing it’ – to pretend they know what they’re doing and hope they’re doing it right. Sometimes they are, sometimes they’re not.
And it is not just a matter of knowing what to do – as the right decision at the wrong time can be as disastrous as a wrong decision. Therefore, to be effective in a project governance role, you need to know what to do, when, why and how.

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Topics: Project Governance