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Deficiencies in Project Governance: An Analysis of Infrastructure Development Programme of Multi-Projects
: Received: 12 October 2018 / Approved: 15 October 2018 / Online: 15 October 2018 (08:24:48 CEST)
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Journal reference: Administrative Sciences 2019
The governance of public sector infrastructure projects became an important topic of interest in the project, programme and portfolio management literature during the last decade. Today, it is becoming a central focus for policymakers seeking to ensure success in selecting, designing and implementing government-sponsored programme of multi-projects. Due to the multiple underlying risks and complexities, the governance of infrastructure programme constitutes a critical element in strategic planning in developing countries. This paper has analyzed infrastructure development programme and revealed shortcomings in the areas of appraisal, decision-making, quality assurance and stakeholder management. Approaches to remedy these shortcomings have been proposed.
project governance; programme; infrastructure development; developing countries
SOCIAL SCIENCES, Business and Administrative Sciences
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