BT Centre for Major Programme Management

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The BT Centre for Major Programme Management is an interdisciplinary research and center at University of Oxford on management of major programs, which are commonly also called "megaprojects". The Centre is located at Saïd Business School. The BT Centre for Major Programme Management conducts research into megaprojects to create a community of knowledge and it provides a resource for practitioners to locate the latest thinking on specialist topics. It is the centre's goal to disseminate its work to a wide audience of practitioners and academics alike through publications, case studies, workshops, executive education and events.[1]

Research[edit]

The Centre's research agenda focuses on a broad and deep understanding of major programmes in a variety of areas such as construction megaprojects, sporting events, IT projects, and major science programmes. Key topics and selected publications include

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Shifrin, Tash (12 March 2007). "Oxford University plans BT Centre for Major Programme Management". Computerworld UK. Retrieved 2 April 2010. 

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