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Why are your governance processes failing? [Infographic]

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Are you finding it hard to get governance working right on your project? Governance, in the widest sense of the topic, is everything that helps you manage and control the project, so strong processes are part of that.

And when your projects let you down, it’s impossible to provide the level of governance you need.

The infographic below shows reasons why project processes might not be robust enough to support good project control.

When processes are too informal, no one really knows what to do to get things done, or how to record that they happened.

Posted on: June 27, 2020 12:00 AM | Permalink

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Dear Elizabeth Harrin, The "Too Risky" step isn't claer? Is that mean following the processes in place is risky due to the lack of understanding?

Elizabeth, thanks for this snippet on this aspect of governance.

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