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Principle 1:  Treat change differently from business as usual

Business as usual (or BaU) is the day-to-day activities/operations that an organisation undertakes as part of its normal business. Change is about the portfolio of programmes and projects that change the business and prepare it for the future. Typically, BaU decision making occurs within the structure of the organisation chart. Trying to make project related

Introduction to the 10 P3G Principles

P3G Introduction Prior to any discussion on P3G (Project, Programme & Portfolio Governance), its important to be clear what it actually is. P3G (Project, Programme & Portfolio Governance) is the set of arrangements by which an organization: Directs and oversees its investment portfolio, Holds individuals and governance bodies to account for achieving defined change objectives

Improved P3 Governance Delivers Benefits – A Case Study

Their challenge:  A large government department with a £50bn portfolio of projects faced a number of critical issues: They were under increasing government pressure to change from being a project management organisation to one that managed investments prudently and obtained value for money; There was a history of very large projects being initiated with inadequate

Establish Project Governance For Your Project In 9 Easy To Follow Steps

What is project governance? Project governance is the framework that enables effective project decision making. The focus is on key decisions that shape the project and its direction. It is made up of three core components. The components of a project governance framework: The decision making structure The people within the structure The information that