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Almost half the leaders of the UK’s largest projects and programmes say their teams don’t have the sufficient skills required to do their jobs successfully, a new survey has revealed.

The senior responsible owners (SROs) interviewed also admitted they lacked clarity around what they were accountable for and required more support in their roles; indeed, only 10% felt there was an adequate understanding of the benefits these high-profile, costly programmes would bring.

This new information comes from a survey commissioned by programme management specialists Moorhouse Consulting, who along with sponsors BT, the Home Office, Association of Project Management (APM) and The APM Group, interviewed over eighty SROs in the UK - who together are accountable for the delivery of programmes across the private and public sectors worth a collective £24BN.

“The survey highlights the fact that SROs are in an incredibly difficult position right now,” said...

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