Governmentality

Project governance that includes multiple firms and other agencies is more complex than the corporate governance of a single firm or organization. First, there is no necessary alignment between the many corporate governance doctrines that might be involved. Second, the project duration might require an overall code of governance separate from those of the firms involved. Third, there may well be stakeholders to govern who are not themselves directly involved as project partners in the governance of the project
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