Over the last decade project management methodology has focused on creating a controlled environment through structure and process. But what happens when an organisation has to respond to an emergency or disaster situation?
In an unstable and rapidly changing scenario where lives and assets are at risk and time is of the essence, do the standard governance structures and project management strategies crumble or prevail? What can we learn from recent high-profile disaster response and recovery programmes?
This Major Projects Association seminar sought to answer these questions via a series of case studies which looked at both domestic and international disaster response and recovery.
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