If your company has a lot of projects going on, it's a good idea to have a central Project Management Office (PMO) to coordinate project teams and make sure everything gets done properly and on time. Use this checklist initially to assess whether you need a PMO. As projects progress it can also be used to ensure that the PMO is effective.
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Pilot projects are golden opportunities for testing, growing and learning about your business. This presentation captures the fundamentals.
Improved deliverable! Set rules and standards to govern every aspect of your project to ensure a streamlined process and successful results. Here's a starter list of things you should standardize.
This white paper summarizes and benchmarks the best practices in the field of multi-project management.
When Tom Morris agreed to be the new program manager for Up, Up & Away Airlines, he had no idea just how hard it would be to get his customer care project off the ground.
This checklist will help keep you on track while installing and configuring TeamPlayer.
This is a high-level example of a Project Charter for implementing a methodology, but the structure and approach will work for many projects. This example is heavy on risks and assumptions, light on budgeting, role descriptions and conflict resolution.
A PMO, Project Managers and Mentors must all act in concert to ensure that projects are executed efficiently and effectively. These role descriptions and matrices help clarify who does what.
This document outlines the strategy for deploying a standard systems development methodology and its supporting tools to IT project teams. It is a framework for ensuring that the project team understands, applies and measures the effectiveness of the methodology.
Learn by doing, but be sure you have a winning coach. Mentoring is key to a successful project implementation. Use this guide to get the best out of a methodology guru to mentor your project team in action.