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Enterprise Programme Management, 2nd Ed.

Delivering Value

David Williams, Tim Parr

Publisher: Palgrave, 2006 , 303 pages

ISBN: 978-0-230-00234-0


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Many large scale projects are delivered over schedule and over budget. Programme management is a new approach to maximize the likelihood of successful change management. While being based around a set of techniques, this book describes an approach to programme management that outlines the skills and capabilities that organizations need to develop in order to manage change programmes effectively. It is the first book to take this holistic view of programme management linked to the capabilities and strategy of the organization. This updated paperback edition includes a new chapter on programme governance.

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    1. Introduction
  • Part I: The Enterprise Programme Management Framework
    1. Why an Enterprise Approach is Required
    2. Strategic Portfolio Management
    3. Programme Delivery Management
    4. Project Management
    5. Programme Architecture
    6. Change Management: Managing the Human Side of Change
    7. Programme Governance
    8. Developing an Enterprise-Wide Approach to Programme and Project Management
  • Part II: Enterprise Programme Management Essentials
    1. Introduction
    2. Project Management Systems
    3. Managing Programme Risk
    4. Benefits Management
    5. Managing Suppliers
    6. Building a Communications Capability
    7. The Enterprise Programme Management Office
  • Part III: Getting Started
    1. Introduction
    2. Enterprise Programme Management Capability Check
    3. Making Sense of Your Current Situation: Knowing Where to Start
    4. Practical Steps for Success


Enterprise Programme Management

by Roland Buresund last modified 2017-01-20 14:25

Rating: *** (Disappointing)

Over-rated, rehash, and confusing. Need I say more? It tries to create an "Enterprise" variant of Program Management, which just goes to show that the authors doesn't really understand Program Management.

Spend your money elsewhere.

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