Based around a set of techniques, this book describes an approach to program management that outlines the skills and capabilities that organizations need to develop in order to manage change programs effectively.
Many large scale projects are delivered over schedule and over budget. Program management is a new approach to maximize the likelihood of successful change management. Based around a set of techniques, this book describes an approach to program management that outlines the skills and capabilities that organizations need to develop in order to manage change programs effectively. It is the first book to take this holistic view of program management linked to the capabilities and strategy of the organization.
About the Authors
David Williams is Partner, Consulting Division, Deloitte & Touche, UK.
Tim Parr is Director, Consulting Division, Deloitte & Touche, UK.
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