How lessons learned from megaprojects can be applied to complex strategic projects
What can you learn from Megaprojects?
Megaprojects can either make or break a government but what lessons from them can be applied to your complex strategic projects?
In this in-depth guidebook, leading PM expert John McGrath examines several of the most controversial megaprojects from the last 30 years, including the Athens Olympics, the NHS National Program for IT and the Channel Tunnel.
He looks at the definition of a megaproject; the pitfalls encountered in their implementations; why some go wrong and why others succeed.
About the author
John McGrath is a trusted project management advisor to some of the largest organizations in the world. His track record over the last 20 years includes over 250 global companies, government agencies, state enterprises, Engineers Ireland, the United Nations, the London and Rio Paralympics, and the World Bank.
His passion is in building project management competency within organizations. John is the Course Director for the MSc in Project Management at TU Dublin. His work has been in academic and industry journals and he has presented at over 100 international project management conferences.