As you know public capital projects are always intended to deliver a wide range of social and economic benefits and with that added level of responsibility, it is essential that cost overruns and delays to completion are avoided.
The benefits of good governance in successful project delivery are widely known but how can they be applied to public sector project management?
In this webinar, Gerry Galvin, a Professional and Technical Advisor with decades of experience in Ireland’s Civil and Public Service, will examine capital project governance and in particular its application to public sector project management.
Gerry shares several insights into how public sector bodies can put good governance processes in place for the future. During the webinar, which lasts approximately 35 minutes, viewers will learn:
- The principles of good governance
- The importance of implementing good governance structures
- How the public sector project lifecycle differs from the “traditional” project lifecycle
Gerry also share insights into the practical elements of implementing good governance structures including:
- Document management and controls
- Risks and issues management
- Benefits realisation
The webinar concludes with a question-and-answer session. Watch now >
About the presenter
Gerry Galvin is the former Chief Technical Officer of Irish Water, Ireland’s national water utility provider and before that he spent over 20 years in Ireland’s Department of Environment, Community & Local Government. Gerry served 10 years as the Principal Engineering Adviser in the Department’s water division and during that time he was responsible for capital project planning, implementation and expenditure reviews.