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CS1.4.1 Project Governance for the 21 st Century Ross Garland. MONDAY 8 OCTOBER, 2007 Project Management - Setting the Standard Australian Institute of Project Management National Conference 2007 Hobart Tasmania October 7 – 10, 2007. Director. CEO Shareholder. Board.

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    1. CS1.4.1 Project Governance for the 21st Century Ross Garland MONDAY 8 OCTOBER, 2007 Project Management - Setting the Standard Australian Institute of Project Management National Conference 2007 Hobart Tasmania October 7 – 10, 2007

    2. Director CEO Shareholder Board Shareholder Agreement Director Operating Company Board CEO Funding Organisation Operating Company CEO Franchise Agreement Divisional Manager approvals Finance Agreement Operating Co. Project Team Rep Project Working Group Jurisdictional Representative Systems and Processes Resources Auditor Project DCM Contractor MOU Area/district Finance Auditor’s Contract Mtce Contractor Company budget Design Resources Corporate Departments Blurred accountability Complex No agreed role statements Too many layers Reinventing the wheel Committees too large

    3. THE PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PROJECT GOVERNANCE 1 Clear accountability 2 Focus on Service Delivery 3 Separation of Organisational and Project Governance 4 Separation of Stakeholder Management and Project Decision Making

    4. decision making path advisory & feedback path Investment Decision Group Strategic Advisors Group Chair: Project Owner Project Board Stakeholder Working Group Chair: Project Director Project Manager Project Team Senior User Project Owner Senior Supplier Project Director • Senior Supplier(s) • represents the interests of Suppliers • promotes close Customer (PO) / Supplier relationship • client delivery arm / consultant /contractor • may change over project life • Senior User(s) • represents users • shares in benefits • shares in costs? • operational interest? • Project Owner • accountable for project success • owns project budget • owns the Service Requirement and Business Case. • reaps benefits • Project Director • PO’s eyes and ears • daily management of client’s interests • project management and leadership skills

    5. key project documents issues day to day decisions Decision Making Business Case $ policy issues Investment Decision Group Senior User Project Owner Senior Supplier Project Director Project Board Project Manager Project Team

    6. decision making path advisory & feedback path Investment Decision Group Senior User Project Owner Senior Supplier Strategic Advisors Group Chair: Project Owner Project Director Project Board Stakeholder Working Group Chair: Project Director Project Manager Project Team

    7. …and if you liked the presentation, you’ll love the book... Working title: PROJECT GOVERNANCE Publisher: Kogan Page Release date: late 2008