Organizations do a lot to implement what is viewed as project management. But do organizations have an organizational project management capability? To understand whether we do or not, we have to understand what this actually means, explore where organizations are today and evaluate how close we actually are to the attainment of this goal.
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The key challenge to organizational PM is that companies tend to view projects in isolation by ignoring the obvious (and sometimes not-so-obvious) linkages. Here we present a list of essential factors to ensure the organization can begin to not just benefit from the discipline of project management, but be able to maximize the benefits that organizational PM can provide.
Throughout the evolution of the project management profession, project performance has been scrutinized to determine success and failure rates. This is especially true for IT projects. Since the ...
How is your organization currently positioned for Organizational Project Management? This template--used in conjunction with Implementing Organizational Change Management, A Practice Guide--will help you perform a quick assessment of OPM attributes.
How feasible is Organizational Project Management at your organization? What does success mean? What are the impacts? Use this nine-question assessment in conjunction with Implementing Organizational Change Management, A Practice Guide to help find the answers.
How committed is your organization to making Organizational Project Management a success? Will you have the sustained leadership, organizational change management, and commitment to continuous improvement necessary to succeed? Use this questionnaire in conjunction with Implementing Organizational Change Management, A Practice Guide to help find the answers.
The presentation ultimately spotlights how to translate business strategy into effective implementation of projects and programs that determine the success or failure of an enterprise. The components of enterprise project governance include strategy, risk, portfolio, organization, stakeholders, performance and transformation. The benefits and challenges involved in pursuing the EPG concept are discussed and a case is presented.