How Network Rail’s Governance for Railway Investment Projects (GRIP) methodology was applied on Thameslink Programme
Governance for Railway Investment Projects (GRIP) is a key Network Rail process for effective control over railway projects.
Each stage is designed to deliver a pre-determined set of outputs that demonstrate the readiness of the project to progress, or otherwise, to the next stage. This case study includes our guide to governance, key lessons learned and best practice examples.
In this interview, Obi Ozonzeadi, Development Manager for Network Rail explains how the Thameslink Programme challenged the way project management is carried out using a collaborative approach.