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New Book: Program Governance by Muhammad Ehsan Khan announced by Auerbach Publishing

 

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10 September 2014 – Florida, USA – CRC Press has announced the publication of a new book titled Program Governance, by Muhammad Ehsan Khan. The book covers multiple elements of program governance including governance structure, governance roles, governance functions, governance mechanisms, and factors that influence the governance framework. It is intended for practitioners, researchers and students.

140910-pmwj27-Khan-IMAGEAccording to the CRC release: Although program management has received much attention in recent books, program governance remains a relatively new subject. While selected books and standards touch on this important topic, few are devoted to program governance as a subject. This book is intended to help fill that need.

Program Governance provides a thorough understanding of governance while reviewing the underlying theories. The first book dedicated to this subject, it provides a holistic view of program governance while covering multiple elements of program governance.

The book presents the author’s own program governance framework, called the Contingent Governance Framework for Programs (CGFPrgTM), which is adaptable to suit different program contexts. This adaptability ensures that the different elements of governance, including structure and mechanisms, are aligned with program requirements. Such alignment results in an efficient and effective environment with an increased probability of program success.

For more about this book, go to http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466568907

CRC Press is a premier publisher of scientific and technical work, reaching around the globe to collect essential reference material and the latest advances and make them available to researchers, academics, professionals, and students in a variety of accessible formats. To see their project management titles, go to http://www.crcpress.com/browse/?category=BUS14A

Source: CRC Press