Information architecture and information management are two essential components which can either enable the successful delivery of large programmes or can obstruct visibility and frustrate the management of risks or the decision-making process.

The stakes are higher, especially in the case of Network Rail, which is a public body, and therefore, is dependant on taxpayers’ contributions and should be subjected to a higher level of parliamentary and mediatic scrutiny.


  1. Network Rail – Crossrail – Managing information in infrastructure and major projects