The effective Project Board - e-book
Keeping projects and programmes on target
- Auteur: Jan Postema
- SKU: 9789491490088
- Verschenen: 19-08-2017
- Leverbaar: Direct
- Levertijd (NL): Direct te downloaden
- Productvorm: E-book (EPUB)
- Taal: Engels
- Uitgever: PTG Uitgevers
- Aantal pagina's: 112
OmschrijvingWhen projects are complex and there is a lot at stake, there mostly is a kind of Project Board. Sometimes organizations call it a steering committee or a
program committee. Managers with different expertise and different intentions are asked to keep the project or program on target. Is the Project Board effective? Sometimes. Is it easy to function as a joined team? No. For most people itis just another meeting in a long row. Do we need to abandon this monster? Certainly not. Just make the Project Board work.
The Effective Project Board makes managers familiar with the nature, role and tasks of project boards. It enables managers to actively and consciously
contribute to the success of projects in their organizations. It provides answers to questions such as:
* Why do we have project boards?
* What is expected from project board members before and during a project?
* How can we establish managers' eligibility for project boards?
* How do project boards relate to organizational governance?
This book is aimed at managers who want to find out how they can fulfil their role as project board member. Project and program managers who want to learn
how they can address the intricacies of project boards will also find it useful.
Jan Postema (1954) studied Early Modern History in
the Netherlands and holds an MBA from Hertfordshire
University UK. He has been involved in project
management for more than 25 years and acted as a project manager and project consultant in various organizations.
Since 2013 he is a management team member in IPMA Netherlands' Dutch National Research Group in project management, which among other things aims at making the results of scientific research available for project management practitioners.
The series Project House presents written and digital publications for Professional development in management. Providing a minimum of theory
and a maximum of practical guidelines in a short notice. In addition, the books are ideal as a reference.