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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