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A Guide to Integrated Assurance
The Association for Project Management (APM) is a professional membership organisation that sets the standards for the project profession and raises its profile. APM is the only chartered organisation representing the project profession in the world.
A Guide to Integrated Assurance was written by the Association for Project Management Special Interest Group (APM SIG.) and published in 2014. It enables organisations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their assurance activities. The guide identifies important roles and responsibilities as well as tools and templates to help overcome ‘silo-oriented approaches’ to assurance that do not naturally result in integration.
It is aimed at project managers, sponsors (in particular, those responsible for designing and carrying out assurance activities) and stakeholders with an interest in the successful delivery of the projects, programmes or portfolios.
- Association for Project Management articles
- Business as usual.
- Business change.
- Integrated assurance and approval plan.
- Integrated assurance and approval plan
- Integrated assurance strategy
- Project management.
- Public project: mobilisation.
- Supply chain.
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