Enterprise Programme Management: Delivering Value

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Springer, Nov 16, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Programme management is a new approach to maximize the likelihood of successful change management. This book describes 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 and includes a new chapter on programme governance.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
Part I The enterprise programme management framework
5
Part II Enterprise programme management essentials
95
Part III Getting started
241

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DAVID WILLIAMS is a Partner of Deloitte. He has extensive experience in leading programmes and consultancy in the private and public sectors and particularly large-scale strategic change programmes which involve business process change, organizational restructuring and information systems implementation.

TIM PARR is a Director in the Consulting Division of Deloitte and has led the development of large-scale programme management approaches and techniques. He has considerable consulting experience in designing, initiating and programme management delivery of large-scale organizational change initiatives, business transformation and reengineering and strategy development.

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