Project Governance : Reviewing the Past , Envisioning the Future …

  • Alvarez-Dionisi L
  • Turner J
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Abstract

The literature on project governance does not cease to grow as this paper is being written. In this paper, project governance will be examined from various points of views, such as concepts and ideas; the project sponsorship perspective; the three levels of governance (the executive board level, the context level, and the individual project level) within the project-­based organizations; governance of project management (GoPM); project, program, portfolio governance levels; governance of multi-­owned projects (GoMOP); project owner point of view; relationship between corporate governance and project management; project governance models, and project governance frameworks. It is also important to denote, that this paper outlines the previous literature that has been written in the area of project governance and ultimately it delineates the conclusions and recommendations for further research on project governance. This literature review is an interim result of an ongoing research that addresses the relationship between Corporate Governance and Project Management.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Project governance
  • corporate governance
  • project governance framework
  • project governance model
  • project sponsorship

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Authors

  • Luis Emilio Alvarez-Dionisi

  • J. Rodney Turner

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