Project board


The project board is accountable to corporate or program management for the success of the project, and has the authority to direct the project within the remit set by corporate or program management as documented in the project mandate.

The project board is also responsible for the communications between the project management team and stakeholders external to that team (e.g. corporate and program management).

What this means

The project board members need to have enough authority within the organization to make decisions about the project (for example, to authorize plans, allocate resources and represent their specific area – business, user or supplier). The members must demonstrate decision-making ...

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